COVID ICU occupancy rate up to 41% says ISS

(ANSA) – ROME, APR 2 – The Higher Health Institute (ISS) said
Friday that the proportion of intensive care places in Italy
taken up by COVID-19 patients has risen to 41%, up from 39% last
week and well above the critical threshold of 30%.
    It said 14 of Italy’s regions/autonomous provinces were above
the 30% threshold, up from 12 last week.
    It said the proportion of coronavirus patients in other hospital
departments was 44%, above the critical threshold of 40%.
    (ANSA).
   

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