COVID: Death toll passes 100,000

Weird Italy 06874e12cda996e74fe06eeb7f55d0c8 COVID: Death toll passes 100,000 What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 8 – Italy’s COVID death toll passed
100,000 on Monday, the health ministry said.
    With 348 more deaths in the last 24 hours, it said, the toll has
risen to 100,103.
    This comes little more than a year after the first Italian COVID
death, 78-year-old Antonio Trevisan in the Veneto town of Vo’
Euganeo.
    Some 13,902 new cases of COVID have been detected in the last
24 hours, the ministry said, down from 20,765 on Sunday in the
usual Monday fall-off.
    The total case tally since the start of the epidemic is now
3,081,368.
    Some 184,684 tests have been done in the last 24 hours, down
from 271,336 Sunday.
    The positivity rate is down 0.1% from 7.6% to 7.5%.
    Intensive care cases have risen by 95, and hospital admissions
by 687. (ANSA).
   

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