(ANSA) – VENICE, OCTOBER 14 – It is a race that for now does not slow down that of Covid infections in Veneto, which today records the highest figure, +657 positive, since the second wave arrived. The infected since the beginning of the epidemic have risen to 32,973, while fortunately the deaths are stable, 2,226. Meanwhile, the controversy erupts related to the non-implementation by the Usl of the data on the Immuni app, which so far, therefore, would not have worked in Veneto. A ‘hole’ in the IT platform for inserting the codes of the positive swabs – to allow them to be traced – which will be solved, specified the Prevention Department of the Region, within a few days. On this, however, the 5 Stars, with the deputy Francesca Businarolo, went to the attack of the governor Zaia: “534 thousand Venetians made fun of. Zaia give explanations on the non-activation of Immuni in Veneto, instead of adopting the trick of showing what is good at solving the problems he himself created “sank Businarolo.
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For his part, the Venetian president maintains his point on the school-transport problem, reiterating his proposal, put forward to the Government by the Conference of the Regions, of distance learning in high school to ease overcrowded vehicles. For Zaia – who after Minister Azzolina also picked up the no from the National Association of Headmasters – it would be a question of developing a preventive plan “to do distance training alternating with face-to-face lessons with older children, aged 16 and over. on”. One modality, recalls the Governor, who was already part of the guidelines on schools drawn up in July by the Veneto, later borrowed by all the Regions.
In the meantime, the pressure on new cases with respect to the tightness of hospitals must be carefully monitored. And today’s positive figure, despite a boom in infected, is a slight decline in the numbers of hospitalized patients, 359 (-3), and of patients in intensive care, 40 (-1). Compared to a month ago, however, there has been a doubling: on 14 September, Veneto had 151 people hospitalized in normal wards, and 20 in intensive care. (HANDLE).