The deaths from coronavirus in Italy has risen by 196 to 827 in last 24 hours, a rise of 31%, the Civil Protection Agency said on Wednesday.
The deaths from the outbreak of coronavirus in Italy hits the largest rise of 31%, 196 to 827 in last 24 hours since the disease broke out in February 21, 2020.
According to Reuters, the total number of cases in Italy, the European country hardest hit by the virus, rose to 12,462 from a previous 10,149, an increase of 22.8%. However, the agency said some 600 new cases were confirmed on Tuesday but only reported on Wednesday.
The head of the agency said that, of those originally infected, 1,045 had fully recovered compared to 1,004 the day before. Some 1,028 people were in intensive care against a previous 877.