For the very first time since February 22, there were no coronavirus-related deaths in Lombardy over the last 24 hours, with just 3 throughout Italy.
Lombardy has actually long been not just the worst-hit area, but also the location that had the most problem clamping down on the pandemic.
Main figures launched by the local authorities confirm today that there were no COVID-19 deaths in Lombardy over the last 24 hours.
It’s the first time since the extremely start of the crisis on February 22 that this has held true, when the really first Lombardy victim– 77- year-old Giovanna Carminati– died.
Over the whole nation, there were 3 deaths registered since the other day, a substantial drop from the 14 that were revealed on Saturday.
There are also fairly couple of brand-new COVID-19 favorable cases, with 33 out of 7,039 tests over 24 hours in Lombardy.
Of those 33, 15 were just found using blood tests, so the viral load was extremely low.
Throughout the country, there were 219 new positive cases from 35,525 tests, but another 143 were provided the all-clear.
It means only 743 still stay hospitalised with symptoms, of which 49 remain in extensive care, while 11,648 are still self-isolating at house with small or no signs.
There have now been 35,045 deaths in Italy given that the pandemic started on February 20.
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