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9 ott 2020
9 ott 2020

Coronavirus Italia, il bollettino del 9 ottobre. Le cifre del contagio e la tabella

Sono 5.372 i nuovi casi (con 129mila tamponi) e 28 i morti. Terapie intensive +29, ricoveri +161. Record contagi in Umbria (+151), 983 in Lombardia, 769 in Campania e 595 in Veneto. In Emilia Romagna 276, in Toscana 483 (di cui 33 sono suore in un convento) e 401 in Piemonte. Nel Lazio 387 casi, altri 249 in Puglia, 103 in Abruzzo e 49 nelle Marche 

9 ott 2020
epa08715230 A healthcare worker leaves room with COVID-19 patient in an intensive care unit at Na Bulovce hospital in Prague, Czech Republic, 02 October 2020. Czech Republic had record rise in COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, increase in newly detected infections exceeded 3,000 for the second time since the beginning of the spread of the disease in the Czech Republic in March.  EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK
epa08715230 A healthcare worker leaves room with COVID-19 patient in an intensive care unit at Na Bulovce hospital in Prague, Czech Republic, 02 October 2020. Czech Republic had record rise in COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, increase in newly detected infections exceeded 3,000 for the second time since the beginning of the spread of the disease in the Czech Republic in March. EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK
epa08715230 A healthcare worker leaves room with COVID-19 patient in an intensive care unit at Na Bulovce hospital in Prague, Czech Republic, 02 October 2020. Czech Republic had record rise in COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, increase in newly detected infections exceeded 3,000 for the second time since the beginning of the spread of the disease in the Czech Republic in March.  EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK
epa08715230 A healthcare worker leaves room with COVID-19 patient in an intensive care unit at Na Bulovce hospital in Prague, Czech Republic, 02 October 2020. Czech Republic had record rise in COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, increase in newly detected infections exceeded 3,000 for the second time since the beginning of the spread of the disease in the Czech Republic in March. EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK

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