Gimbe data Ragusa with the highest percentage increase of Covid cases in Sicily

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23 Jun 2022 12:59

In Sicily in the week from 15 to 21 June there was a worsening performance for currently positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants (1172) and there was an increase in new cases (35.8%) compared to the previous week.
Above national average the number of beds in the medical area (17.2%) and in intensive care (2.8%) occupied by Covid-19 patients.

This was announced by the weekly monitoring of the Gimbe Foundation with analysis of epidemic trends (new cases, new variants, reinfections, testing, hospitalizations and deaths) and vaccines (administrations, new vaccinated, unvaccinated people, group 5-11, third and fourth doses, efficacy).

On the island, the percentage of the over 5-year-old population that has not received any dose of vaccine is 9.3% (Italy average 7%) to which the over-5-year-old population is temporarily protected, as it has recovered from Covid-19.
less than 180 days, equal to 5%; the percentage of the over 5 year old population that has not received the third dose of vaccine is 16.1% (Italy average 11.5%) to which the over 5 year old population recovered for less than 120 days must be added, which cannot ” receive the third dose immediately, equal to 6.3%; the vaccination coverage rate with fourth dose (immunocompromised people) is 31.1% (Italy average 40% the vaccination coverage rate with fourth dose (over 80, RSA guests and frail 60-79) is 6, 9% (Italy average 19.1%).

The population 5-11 who completed the vaccination cycle is 26.9% (Italy average 34.8%) to which a further 3% (Italy average 3.4%) must be added with the first dose only; Here is the list of new cases per 100,000 inhabitants of the last week divided by province: Ragusa 607 (+ 48% compared to the previous week), Palermo 602 (+ 47.1% compared to the previous week), Catania 583 (+32, 7% compared to the previous week), Siracusa 579 (+ 30.3% compared to the previous week), Messina 445 (+ 33.8% compared to the previous week), Agrigento 361 (+ 41.4% compared to the previous week), Trapani 307 (+ 28% compared to the previous week), Caltanissetta 307 (-2.6% compared to the previous week), Enna 304 (+ 9.6% compared to the previous week).

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