Last updated: Wednesday 24th March 2021 at 17:30 CET
Key: Purple shows an improvement and orange a deterioration
Number of new coronavirus cases in Italy today: 21,267 - decrease of 1,758 from equivalent day last week (17th March - 23,025)
Number of people currently infected in Italy: 561,308 (increase of 654 compared to previous day)
Total number of new cases in the last 7 days (18th - 24th March): 148,421
Total number of new cases in previous 7 day period (11th - 17th March): 158,485
Weekly difference: decrease of 10,064 (-6%)
Number of tests carried out for today's figures: 363,767
Previous day number of tests: 335,189
Positivity rate: 5.8%
Yesterday's positivity rate: 5.6%
Vaccinations carried out in last 24 hours: 233,563
First dose vaccinations in last 24 hours: 158,536
Second dose vaccinations in last 24 hours: 75,027
Total number of vaccinations carried out: 8,346,445
Total number of people vaccinated with first and second doses: 2,657,587
My name is Dion Protani, founder of Italy Review. The Italy Review blog is designed to provide ideas and inspiration to visit places in Italy you might not have heard about, as well those you have.
Italy Review is an independent guide to Italy, showcasing the very best that the country has to offer. Throughout the three thousand pages of the website you'll find comprehensive tourist information, opinion and original photos.
Alongside the major tourist destinations that you've already heard of, there are thousands of others that may come as a surprise with the intention of the website to provide inspiration for your future trips to the country.
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