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Italy

Coronavirus Cases:

101,739

Deaths:

11,591

Recovered:

14,620
ACTIVE CASES
75,528
Currently Infected Patients
71,547 (95%)
in Mild Condition

3,981 (5%)
Serious or Critical

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CLOSED CASES
26,211
Cases which had an outcome:
14,620 (56%)
Recovered / Discharged

11,591 (44%)
Deaths

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Total Coronavirus Cases in Italy

Total Coronavirus CasesTotal Cases(Linear Scale)Feb 15Feb 27Mar 10Mar 22Feb 19Feb 23Mar 02Mar 06Mar 14Mar 18Mar 26Mar 30025k50k75k100k125kCases

Daily New Cases in Italy

Novel Coronavirus Daily CasesDaily New CasesCases per DayData as of 0:00 GMT+0Feb 15Mar 06Mar 26Feb 19Feb 23Feb 27Mar 02Mar 10Mar 14Mar 18Mar 22Mar 3002k4k6k8kDaily Cases

Active Cases in Italy

Total Coronavirus Currently InfectedActive Cases(Number of Infected People)Feb 15Mar 14Feb 19Feb 23Feb 27Mar 02Mar 06Mar 10Mar 18Mar 22Mar 26Mar 30025k50k75k100kCurrently Infected

Total Coronavirus Deaths in Italy

Total Coronavirus DeathsTotal Deaths(Linear Scale)Feb 15Feb 27Mar 10Mar 22Feb 19Feb 23Mar 02Mar 06Mar 14Mar 18Mar 26Mar 3002.5k5k7.5k10k12.5kDeaths

Daily New Deaths in Italy

Novel Coronavirus Daily DeathsDaily DeathsDeaths per DayData as of 0:00 GMT+8Feb 15Feb 27Mar 10Mar 22Feb 19Feb 23Mar 02Mar 06Mar 14Mar 18Mar 26Mar 3002505007501000Daily Deaths

Newly Infected vs. Newly Recovered in Italy

New Daily Coronavirus Cases+CuredNew Cases vs. New Recoveries(Number of newly infected vs. number of recovered anddischarged patients each day)Feb 15Feb 27Mar 10Mar 22Feb 19Feb 23Mar 02Mar 06Mar 14Mar 18Mar 26Mar 30-2k02k4k6k8kNew RecoveriesNew Cases

Outcome of Cases (Recovery or Death) in Italy

Percent (%)Outcome of total closed cases(recovery rate vs death rate)(Cumulative total deaths and recoveries over cumulativenumber of closed cases)Feb 15Feb 27Mar 10Mar 22Feb 19Feb 23Mar 02Mar 06Mar 14Mar 18Mar 26Mar 300255075100Death RateRecovery Rate

Latest Updates

March 30 (GMT)

  • 4050 new cases and 812 new deaths in ItalyTotal cases surpass 100,000 [source]

    • green Lowest number of new cases in the last 13 days (since March 17)
    • green Highest number of new recoveries (1,590) since the beginning of the epidemic

March 29 (GMT)

  • 5217 new cases and 756 new deaths in Italy

March 28 (GMT)

  • 5974 new cases and 889 new deaths in Italy [source]

March 27 (GMT)

March 26 (GMT)

  • 6203 new cases and 712 new deaths in Italy. Worldometer has contacted Piedmont officials directly and received confirmation that the number of deaths in the region is 499, 50 more than what mistakenly reported in the Protezione Civile's bulletin today. This discrepancy was clearly due to a typing error by Protezione Civile, not to Piedmont's number of new deaths (16 today) missing in the national report, as incorrectly stated by some media. After solving this discrepancy, we changed the official total number of deaths in Italy from 8,165 to 8,215 and, accordingly, the total number of cases from 80,539 to 80,589 [source]

March 25 (GMT)

  • 5210 new cases and 683 new deaths in Italy4th day in a row with daily new cases below the 6557 peak reached on March 21. Protezione Civile chief Borrelli, the person usually holding the daily press conference, is at home with a fever, while the former chief Bertolaso is now hospitalized in Milan after having tested positive to the virus

    During the press conference, Protezione Civile officials were asked to clarify what the "change in active cases" ("incremento delle persone attualmente positive") really represents, after our website had raised the issue of Italian media reporting the change in active cases (a lower number) rather than the change in total cases (a higher number), incorrectly representing it as "newly infected" when, in fact, it represents the "change in active cases"

    Newly infected, meaning the number of people who have tested positive to the virus in the last day, corresponds to the number Worldometer has always reported, which is the change in total cases in accordance with the international standards set by the WHO and followed by all countries. An important figure which can be compared to newly recovered, as we do in our charts.

    The change in active cases (what most Italian media incorrectly label as "newly infected") is the result of the following formula: (newly infected) - (new deaths) - (new recoveries).

    Sharing the goal of providing the correct interpretation of data, we are pleased to notice that a few days ago, one of the leading Italian newspapers, Corriere della Sera, began reporting the figures correctly
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March 24 (GMT)

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