By The Associated Press undefined ROME — Italy's day-to-day new case numbers dropped for a second straight day, but so did the number of swab tests performed to detect coronavirus infections. According to Health Ministry figures on Monday, 320 coronavirus cases were registered since the previous day, and 30,666 swab tests were carried out at the end of Italy's big summer holiday weekend. Two days earlier, when Italy registered 629 case —the first time the daily caseload had topped 600 since May— there were more than 53,000 swab tests performed. From the start of August, the number of hospitalized patients […]
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