Covid is no longer scary: in Sardinia incidence at minimum and vaccinations at stakeIn contrast Cagliari, where infections are increasing. The occupation of beds in the medical and intensive care areas is above the national average
Contagions decreasing and incidence at a minimum, Covid is no longer scary in Sardinia, where in the week 27 January-2 February there was an incidence of 49.1 infections per 100 thousand inhabitants, against 56.7 in the previous survey .
The Gimbe report highlights how the greatest drop was recorded in Southern Sardinia , where the incidence is at 28, 36.8% less than the previous week. In the Sassari area, the incidence is 35 (-26.7%). The highest incidence is recorded in the Metropolitan City of Cagliari (75, up by 9.7%) . In the Oristano area the incidence is 60 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants (-23.5%) and in the Nuoro area it is 53 (-2.8%).
On the other hand, the number of beds occupied in the medical area (10.9%) and intensive care (2%) rose above the national average .
Vaccinations have been at a standstill for weeks now : the percentage of the over 5-year-old population who has not received any dose of vaccine is 11.5% (Italian average 11.0%) to which must be added the temporarily protected population over 5-year-olds, as recovered from Covid-19 for less than 180 days, equal to 0.6%.
The percentage of the over 5 year old population who did not receive the third dose of the vaccine is 15.3% (Italian average 12.3%) to which must be added the over 5 year old population healed for less than 120 days, who cannot receive the third dose immediately, equal to 2.2%. The vaccination coverage rate with the fourth dose is 22.3% (Italian average 30.9%), while that with the fifth dose is 10.0% (Italian average 13.9%).
Among the youngest (5-11 years) those who have completed the vaccination cycle are 41.8% (Italian average 35.3%) to add a further 4.5% (Italian average 3.2%) only with first dose.