Cases in Italy may be ’10 times higher’ than tally, claims official

Cases in Italy may be ’10 times higher’ than tally, claims official

The head of the agency collating the data of those infected from the COVID-19 in Italy said Tuesday that the number of cases in the country is probably 10 times higher than the official tally. ’A ratio of one certified case out of every 10 is credible’, Angelo Borrelli, the head of the Civil Protection Agency, said. Italy currently has recorded nearly 64,000 cases.

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Timothy
Timothy 2 weeks

If that’s the case, then the mortality is a tenth of what they’ve reported.

Mario Z
Mario Z 2 weeks

Conservatively there's around 4-6 Unconfirmed cases for every confirmed Covid-19 case. 10x is a bit much but densely populated areas are more likely to have higher numbers

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