682 deaths, mainly concentrated in the quarter March-May 2020 (51.7%) and equal to about one third of the total accidents at work with fatal outcome reported to Inail since January 2020, with an incidence of 0.5% compared to to the total of national deceased from Covid-19 communicated by the ISS on 30 June.
This is one of the data emerging from the 18th report of the Inail Statistical Actuarial Consultancy.
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Compared to the 639 fatal cases detected by monitoring on May 31, the deaths are 43 more, of which three occurred in June, seven in May, eight in April, 10 in March, four in February and two in January of this year. , while the other nine are attributable to the previous months. Mostly men (83.7%) and workers aged 50-64 (72.1%), over 64 (18.3%) and 35-49 (8.9%) die. with an average age of the deceased of 59 years.
The North-West holds the negative record of fatal cases, with 38.7% of reported deaths (Lombardy first with 26.8%). Followed by the South with 24.8% (Campania 11.7%), the Center with 17.4% (Lazio 10.6%), the North-East with 12.9% (Emilia Romagna 6.5%). ) and the Islands with 6.2% (Sicily 5.4%). In comparison with the overall data of workplace infections reported to Inail since the beginning of the pandemic, for fatal cases a higher share is observed in the South (24.8% against 12.7% found in total reports) and a ‘lower incidence in the North-East (12.9% compared to 24.5%). The provinces with the most deaths are those of Rome (7.9%), Bergamo, Milan and Naples (with 7.0% each), Brescia (4.5%), Turin (3.8%), Cremona (2 , 8%), Genoa (2.5%), Bari, Caserta and Parma (2.3% each).
The majority of infections and deaths (respectively 97.1% and 89.0%) concerns Industry and Services, with the remaining cases distributed in other insurance management companies on behalf of the State (central state administrations, state schools and universities), Agriculture and Navigation. In particular, there are about 2,800 infections of professional origin of teachers, professors and researchers of schools of all levels and of state and private universities, attributable both to the management of the employees of the State Account and to the Education sector of the Industry and services. Among the productive activities, the health and social assistance sector – which includes hospitals, nursing and retirement homes, institutes, university clinics and polyclinics, residences for the elderly and disabled – remains in first place, with 65.6% of infections. reported and 24.1% of codified deaths, followed by the public administration (activities of the bodies responsible for health – Asl – and regional, provincial and municipal administrators), with 9.2% of infections and 10.4% of fatal cases
Infections at work from Covid-19 176,925 reported to Inail from the beginning of the pandemic to 30 June last, equal to more than one fifth of the total number of accident reports received since January 2020 and 4.2% of the total number of infected nationals communicated by the Istituto Superiore di health care (Iss) on the same date. Compared to the 175,323 complaints recorded by the previous monthly monitoring, there are 1,602 more cases (+ 0.9%), of which only 157 referred to June, 227 in May, 236 in April, 234 in March, 135 in February and 169 in January of this year, while the remaining 444 are attributable to last year.
The June figure has been lower for a year and a half, significantly lower even than the minimum of July 2020, with about 500 infections at work. The 18th national report prepared by the Inail Statistical Actuarial Consultancy, published today together with the updated version of the regional in-depth data sheets, confirms the greater impact of the “second wave” of the period October 2020-January 2021, with 59.3% of contagion reports on work, compared to the “first wave” of the quarter March-May 2020 (28.8%). Complaints were mainly concentrated in November (22.7%), March (16.2%), December (14.5%), October (14.1%) and April (10.4%) of 2020 , while from February of this year the phenomenon has been significantly decreasing. In fact, in the last five months, occupational-origin infections reported to the Institute amounted to 8.9% of the total number of complaints presented since the beginning of the health emergency.