Welcome to the GIMBE Foundation monitoring page of the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy. GIMBE’s dataroom has been daily powered since February 21th, 2020 with data released by the Ministry of Health, by the National Institute of Health and by the Extraordinary Commissioner for the Covid-19 Emergency.
We have decided to publish a few simple graphs that allow you to immediately understand the progress of the pandemic in Italy and we have recently enriched the site with a section entirely dedicated to monitoring the vaccination campaign.
We produce analyses, graphs, forecasts and reports for public institutions and private organizations on a daily basis: this is our contribution to our country in this difficult moment.
Marco Mosti, Head of GIMBE Dataroomon COVID-19
Last updated on 21th January 2022 at 6PM.
Discharged after recovery
Patients isolated at home
Patients hospitalized with symptoms
Patients admitted to the intensive care unit
To be verified by National Institute of Health
Relation between incidence (new cases per 100.000 inhabitants) and percentage increase of cases
The graph illustrates the position of the Italian Regions in relation to the national averages of the incidence per 100.000 inhabitants in the last two weeks and of the percentage increase of cases during the period 14 - 21 January 2022
New daily COVID-19 cases
The graph illustratesthe daily number of new SARS-Cov-2 positive cases in Italy from October 2020.
Trend of COVID-19 active cases
The graph illustrates the number of COVID-19 active cases over time, from September 2020.
COVID-19 active cases and COVID-19 active cases per 100.000 inhabitants
The graphs illustrate the Italian regional distribution of COVID-19 active cases in absolute numbers (on the left), and per 100.000 inhabitants (on the right). Data are daily updated (see date at the bottom of the figure).
Trend of COVID-19 cases hospitalized with symptoms in ordinary wards and in intensive care unit
The graph illustrates the number of SARS-CoV-2 positivepatients hospitalized with symptoms in ordinary wards and in intensive care unit over time, from October 2020.
Daily number of deaths
The graph illustrates the daily number of deceased SARS-CoV-2 positivepatients, from June 2020.
Number of SARS-CoV-2 positive healthcare professionals
The graph illustrates the number of SARS-CoV-2 positive healthcare professionals over time, from September 2020.
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This website has been developed to monitor COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination campaign.
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