Last updated: Friday 2nd April 2021 at 18:25 CET
Key: Purple shows an improvement and orange a deterioration
Number of new coronavirus cases in Italy today: 21,932 - decrease of 2,050 from equivalent day last week (26th March - 23,982)
Number of people currently infected in Italy: 565,295 (increase of 1,816 compared to previous day)
Total number of new cases in the last 7 days (27th March - 2nd April): 141,845
Total number of new cases in previous 7 day period (20th - 26th March): 145,366
Weekly difference: decrease of 3,521 (-2%)
Number of tests carried out for today's figures: 331,154
Previous day number of tests: 356,085
Positivity rate: 6.6%
Yesterday's positivity rate: 6.6%
R number (rate of transmission)
Latest R number as of Friday 2nd April: 0.98
Previous R number: 1.08
Vaccinations carried out in last 24 hours: 266,911
Vaccinations carried out in previous 24 hour period: 305,862
First dose vaccinations in last 24 hours: 185,510
First dose vaccinations in previous 24 hour period: 211,259
Second dose vaccinations in last 24 hours: 81,401
Second dose vaccinations in previous 24 hour period: 94,423
Total number of vaccinations carried out: 10,591,038
Total number of people vaccinated with first and second doses: 3,318,983
Deaths in last 24 hours: 481
Deaths in previous 24 hours: 501
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