Archivio COVID19 dal 01.01.2024 al 31.12.2024

Archivio COVID19 dal 01.01.2024 al 31.12.2024

Questa pagina contiene la cronologia della diffusione del coronovirus COVID-19.

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CRONOLOGIA INVERSA


Febbraio 2024

 

11.02.2024 – 19:00 – USA – U.S. reports more than 2,000 new COVID deaths for the 6th week in a row 

Weekly U.S. influenza update: –

  • New cases: 2,000,000 est
  • Average: 2,000,000 (-500K)
  • Hospital admissions: 20,000
  • New deaths: 1,000
  • Average: 1,400 (-475)

Seasonal flu remains elevated but stable at the national level, with new cases at 2 million a week for 4 weeks in a row. Some parts of the country are reporting increases, particularly in the Midwest and Central regions.

The CDC estimates that, so far this season, 22 million people have been infected with influenza, causing 250,000 hospitalizations and 15,000 deaths.

The CDC says it’s monitoring a new COVID variant with more than 30 mutations in the spike protein. BA.2.87.1 has not yet been detected in the U.S. So far, the public health risk from BA.2.87.1 “appears low,” according to the CDC.

04.02.2024 – 19:00 – USA – U.S. reports more than 2,000 new COVID deaths for the 5th week in a row

 

 

 

Gennaio 2024

 

 

28.01.2024 – 19:00 – USA – Weekly U.S. influenza update:

– New cases: 2,000,000 est.
– Average: 2,725,000 (+50K)
– Hospital admissions: 30,000
– New deaths: 2,000
– Average: 2,125 (+175)

Seasonal flu activity remains high in the south and the southeast but is stable or declining in other parts of the U.S., with only few exceptions.

The CDC estimates that, so far this season, 18 million people have been infected with influenza, causing 210,000 hospitalizations and 13,000 deaths.

 

 

14.01.2024 – 19:00 – USA – Weekly U.S. influenza update:

– New cases: 4,000,000 est.
– Average: 2,575,000 (+725K)
– Hospital admissions: 40,000
– New deaths: 2,900
– Average: 1,775 (+550)

Seasonal flu remains high across the country with only few exceptions. Cases, hospitalizations and deaths are at the highest levels so far this season.

Most U.S. states (36), including New York, Florida, Texas and California, are rated as having high levels of respiratory illnesses, which includes not only flu but also COVID.

The CDC estimates that, so far this season, 14 million people have been infected with influenza, causing 150,000 hospitalizations and 9,400 deaths.

14.01.2024 – 08:00 – Esattamente 4 anni fa, il 14.01.2024 le autorità cinesi sostenevano che non c’era evidenza della trasmissione uomo-uomo del coronavirus

07.01.2024 – 08:00 – USA – Weekly U.S. influenza update:

– New cases: 2,900,000 est.
– Average: 1,850,000 (+525K)
– Hospital admissions: 37,000
– New deaths: 2,000
– Average: 1,225 (+375)

All indicators for flu – cases, hospital admissions and deaths – increased significantly over the past week. Other respiratory illnesses, including COVID and RSV, also remain elevated.
Nearly every U.S. state is now rated as having high levels of respiratory illnesses, which includes both flu and COVID. The biggest exception is Minnesota where illnesses remain at the “minimal” level.
The CDC estimates that, so far this season, 10 million people have been infected with influenza, causing 110,000 hospitalizations and 6,500 deaths.

02.01.2024 – 08:00 – USA – Weekly U.S. COVID update:

  • New cases: 318,107 est.
  • Average: 284,623 (+28,710)
  • States reporting: 50/50
  • In hospital: 21,597 (+1,911)
  • In ICU: 2,271 (+198)
  • New deaths: 1,328
  • Average: 1,622 (+10)

The breakdown for this week’s case numbers:

– Reports from 23 states: 165,052
– Estimate for 27 states: 153,055
– Total new cases: 318,107

Today’s total is up 6% from last week.

During the past week, more than 29,000 Americans were admitted to hospital with COVID-19, the highest since January 2023. Nearly 22,000 people spent New Year’s Day in hospital.

Around 1,300 new deaths were reported, which is lower than last week because of limited reporting during the holidays. This is the 16th week in a row with more than 1,000 new deaths, or nearly 24,000 during the same period.

 

 

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