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UK wants almost TWO MILLION employees: Energetic job posts reveal bosses are crying out for workers


Which industries are in search of new employees? 

These are the variety of new job adverts posted within the UK from September 13 to September 19, in line with information analysed by Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).

Care employees: 55,019

Cooks: 36,471

Major college lecturers: 32,942 

Steel employees: 22,956

Cleaners: 28,220

HGV drivers: 7,513

Bar employees: 6,557

Gross sales assistants: 32,615

College secretaries: 2,678

Lollipop women and men: 2,478 

Postal employees: 2,251

*The figures are for jobs posted between September 13 – September 19. In whole there are greater than 1.9million energetic job adverts.

UK job advert numbers have reached the very best determine in no less than a yr, with virtually two million positions at present being supplied, newly launched figures have revealed.

Job market information from September 13 to September 19 reveals greater than 220,000 new job adverts have been posted, bringing the whole variety of energetic job adverts to 1.9million.

In response to the figures, there have been 36,000 new adverts appeared for cooks, round 32,000 for gross sales assistants and 6,500 for bar employees in that interval.

The figures for hospitality jobs are prone to mirror the nation opening again up within the wake of Covid-19 guidelines being lifted.

However the job advert figures additionally present greater than 7,500 job adverts have been posted for HGV drivers within the UK within the final week. Some supply salaries upward of £50,000-a-year. 

The flurry of job adverts comes amid a scarcity of lorry drivers throughout the UK.

The Street Haulage Affiliation estimate the UK to be wanting 100,000 HGV drivers.

Brexit and Covid are among the many main causes put ahead by transport teams and ministers for the scarcity, which has sparked chaos for the UK’s transport business. 

It comes as panic shopping for set in right this moment at gas stations up and down the UK after BP yesterday introduced it the HGV driver scarcity meant gas was not attending to a few of its pumps.

In the meantime, Authorities officers are stated to be rising more and more involved about the potential of a ‘winter of discontent’ this yr, with supermarkets warning of meals shortages and extra power corporations went bust amid rising gasoline costs.

The Financial institution of England on Thursday warned the spiralling prices may see inflation rise by 4 per cent this yr – the very best fee of progress for a decade.

Ministers are right this moment being urged to think about enjoyable immigration guidelines to deal with the roles disaster, whereas Transport Secretary Grant Shapps urged individuals to not panic purchase gas, saying: ‘keep it up as regular’.

Job market information from September 13 to September 19 reveals corporations within the UK want, in whole, greater than 36,000 cooks, round 32,000 gross sales assistants and 6,500 bar employees

UK job advert numbers have reached the highest figure in at least a year, with almost two million positions currently being offered, newly released figures have revealed. Pictured: A graph showing the number of job adverts being offered in the UK

UK job advert numbers have reached the very best determine in no less than a yr, with virtually two million positions at present being supplied, newly launched figures have revealed. Pictured: A graph displaying the variety of job adverts being supplied within the UK

A breakdown of the figures by each area, with the most number of active job postings currently in the south east

A breakdown of the figures by every space, with essentially the most variety of energetic job postings at present within the south east

A breakdown of the figures by different job types, including cleaners, care workers and chefs

A breakdown of the figures by completely different job sorts, together with cleaners, care employees and cooks

Greater than 500,000 over-50s have withdrawn from UK labour market since Covid, says employment professional

Greater than 500,000 over-50s have withdrawn from the UK labour market for the reason that begin of the Covid pandemic, in line with an employment professional.

The sudden withdrawal of a whole bunch of hundreds of employees, plus a drop within the variety of migrant employees and a rise within the variety of college students has led to document numbers of job vaccancies, in line with Tony Wilson, director of the Institute for Employment Research.

He informed BBC Radio 4’s In the present day Programme: ‘It’s proper (that there are fewer employees round). The labour market is far smaller than it was earlier than the pandemic started.

‘We estimate that there’s about 1,000,000 fewer individuals within the labour market now than there have been earlier than the disaster started and doubtless a couple of quarter of that’s defined by decrease migration and that’s primarily decrease immigration for the reason that pandemic reasonably than increased emigration.

‘About 500,000 of that’s defined by extra individuals over 50 who’ve withdrawn from the labour market. That’s in contrast with what we’d have anticipated to occur, as a result of over 50s employment and labour market participation has been rising for many years, however that progress has now reversed.

‘So it’s about half 1,000,000 is defined by over 50s, whereas 300,000 is defined by younger individuals in full time training – so extra younger individuals extra in training.’

‘And there’s a little bit which is furlough, which is ending subsequent week, however it seems like that will solely be between 200,000-300,000 employees, so it may very well be round a million employees.’ 

Requested what the sudden spike in over-50s dropping from the labour market, he stated: ‘It’s a mixture of things. Lots would be the pandemic. It is going to be individuals who can have been furloughed, who’ve taken time away from the labour market and easily aren’t returning.

‘A few of it will likely be individuals who really feel they will’t return to work, they might have been shielding for instance and will come again sooner or later.’ 

 

In response to the figures, from the 13-19 September, there have been 1.9 million energetic job adverts at present energetic within the UK.  

The figures are from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC)’s newest Job Restoration Tracker – which tracks the variety of job adverts and there completely different sectors they’re in.

The 1.9million determine is a brand new document excessive for the tracker, which began amassing information in January 2020. 

In response to the tracker, there have been 223,000 new job adverts posted within the week of 13-19 September.

The largest surge in new jobs was within the care sector, the place greater than 55,000 new job adverts have been posted throughout that interval.

There have been additionally greater than 30,000 adverts for cooks, gross sales assistants and first college lecturers.

Greater than 28,000 new job adverts additionally appeared for cleaners and 22,000 for steel employees. 

Neil Carberry, Chief Govt of the REC, stated the figures have been ‘excellent news’.  However he warned {that a} scarcity in labour may sluggish the UK’s restoration from Covid.

He stated: ‘Job postings are rising in each space of the UK. That’s excellent news, and we’re seeing extra staff beginning new positions than ever – however demand from employers is even increased nonetheless. 

‘There’s a actual probability now that shortages of obtainable employees will sluggish the restoration.

‘A current REC survey of recruiters discovered that three in 5 have over 30% extra vacancies than standard, and 97% stated it’s taking longer to fill them. 

‘Labour shortages and the associated recruitment difficulties put constraints on the financial system, proscribing output progress and innovation, so it’s important we remedy them rapidly.’

Mr Carberry urged Authorities departments and business consultants to return collectively to resolve the scarcity.

It comes as employment professional right this moment claimed greater than 500,000 over-50s have withdrawn from the UK labour market for the reason that begin of the Covid pandemic.

The sudden withdrawal of a whole bunch of hundreds of employees, plus a drop within the variety of migrant employees and a rise within the variety of college students has led to document numbers of job vaccancies, in line with Tony Wilson, director of the Institute for Employment Research.

He informed BBC Radio 4’s In the present day Programme: ‘It’s proper (that there are fewer employees round). The labour market is far smaller than it was earlier than the pandemic started.

‘We estimate that there’s about 1,000,000 fewer individuals within the labour market now than there have been earlier than the disaster started and doubtless a couple of quarter of that’s defined by decrease migration and that’s primarily decrease immigration for the reason that pandemic reasonably than increased emigration.

‘About 500,000 of that’s defined by extra individuals over 50 who’ve withdrawn from the labour market. That’s in contrast with what we’d have anticipated to occur, as a result of over 50s employment and labour market participation has been rising for many years, however that progress has now reversed.

‘So it’s about half 1,000,000 is defined by over 50s, whereas 300,000 is defined by younger individuals in full time training – so extra younger individuals extra in training.

‘And there’s a little bit which is furlough, which is ending subsequent week, however it seems like that will solely be between 200,000-300,000 employees, so it may very well be round a million employees.’

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps suggested adding HGV drivers to the skilled worker list for immigration purposes would not solve the problem, although he insisted he nothing had been ruled out

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps advised including HGV drivers to the expert employee listing for immigration functions wouldn’t remedy the issue, though he insisted he nothing had been dominated out

Agricutlure Secretary George Eustice has indicated that the government is preparing to extend the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme (SAWS) this year to help tackle the UK's HGV crisis

Agricutlure Secretary George Eustice has indicated that the federal government is making ready to increase the Seasonal Agricultural Employees Scheme (SAWS) this yr to assist deal with the UK’s HGV disaster

Requested what the sudden spike in over-50s dropping from the labour market, he stated: ‘It’s a mixture of things. Lots would be the pandemic. It is going to be individuals who can have been furloughed, who’ve taken time away from the labour market and easily aren’t returning.

‘A few of it will likely be individuals who really feel they will’t return to work, they might have been shielding for instance and will come again sooner or later.’ 

Seasonal employee scheme ‘may deal with meals labour drawback’ 

The Authorities’s seasonal employee scheme may very well be prolonged and its focus ‘modified’ as a part of a plan to deal with labour shortages in meals manufacturing.

Agricutlure Secretary George Eustice has indicated that the federal government is making ready to increase the Seasonal Agricultural Employees Scheme (SAWS) this yr to assist deal with the UK’s HGV disaster.

Mr Eustice additionally stated ministers have been ‘altering the main focus’ of the scheme to push for extra HGV drivers.

The scheme is principally utilized by seasonal employees who’re choosing fruit and greens within the UK. 

Talking on the Balmoral Present in Northern Eire, he stated there was ‘an acute labour scarcity in the mean time proper throughout the UK financial system’. 

He additionally stated the federal government could be attempting to encourage EU employees with settled standing to return to the UK.

The feedback got here as panic shopping for on the pumps started right this moment amid fears gas rationing is on the best way because of the UK’s crippling HGV driver scarcity – as Transport Secretary Grant Shapps tried to calm nerves by urging Britons ‘keep it up as regular’.

Queues of automobiles have been seen spilling out on to the highway from forecourts in Tonbridge, Kent, in Ely, Cambridgeshire, Vivid and Leeds this morning – only a day after gas bosses warned of petrol and diesel rationing and petrol station closures. 

One petrol station in Essex, was already stated to have run out of diesel by this morning, whereas exterior one other forecourt on the A12, additionally in Essex, queues have been stated to be ‘three rows deep to each pump’.

The scenes of queues exterior petrol stations  – which for some will fire up recollections of the 1973 Opec Oil Disaster and the 2000 gas scarcity – come amid fears of a 1978-style ‘winter of discontent’ for the UK, with skyrocketing power costs, meals shortages and gas rationing.  

Yesterday BP introduced plans to ration gas and a ‘handful’ of its petrol stations, together with ‘small quantity’ of Tesco refilling stations, whereas supermarkets warned of meals shortages and extra power corporations went bust amid rising gasoline costs – sparking fears of a brand new ‘winter of discontent’.

And in a very unhelpful addition to the issue, eco-mob Insulate Britain returned to the roads right this moment to dam off a path to Port of Dover – Europe’s busiest port and the UK’s predominant gateway for commerce from the EU.

It comes as Petrol Retailers Affiliation final night time warned drivers to ‘hold 1 / 4 of a tank’ of gas of their autos in preparation for potential closures of native petrol stations.   

In the meantime Ministers confronted recent strain to ease immigration guidelines as an emergency measure to draw HGV drivers from abroad amid warnings that 100,000 extra have been wanted throughout the business.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps right this moment hinted on the chance, saying he would transfer ‘heaven and earth’ to deal with the ‘systemic problem’ of HGV driver shortages.

He additionally claimed transport corporations have been providing large salaries in a bid to entice drivers who’ve left the business to return again – with one ‘high milk agency’ apparently providing as a lot as ‘£78,000-a-year’.   

In the meantime, one vegetable agency in Lincolnshire is at present promoting a broccoli picker function for £30-per-hour – equal to round £62,000-a-year. 

Authorities supply warned final night time that Downing Avenue is rising more and more ‘nervous’ over a brewing ‘winter of discontent’ – with Christmas ruined by hovering power payments, shortages and Common Credit score cuts. 

Ministers are stated to have drawn up plans to place troopers on standby in case they’re required to drive petrol tankers in case of extreme disaster. 

When questioned about this on BBC Breakfast, Mr Shapps stated: ‘If it may truly assist, we’ll deliver them in.’ 

However he urged individuals to not panic purchase, telling Sky Information: ‘The recommendation could be to hold on as regular, and that’s what BP are saying as nicely.’ 

TONBRIDGE: KENT: Queues of automobiles have been seen spilling out on the highway from a Kent forecourt this morning only a day after gas bosses warned of gas rationing and petrol station closures

BRIGHTON: Prospects queue for gas at a grocery store petrol station in Brighton this morning . Some BP and Shell petrol stations have needed to quickly shut due to a scarcity of HGV drivers within the UK

LEEDS: Queues at a Sainsbury’s Petrol Station in Colton, Leeds. Drivers are being urged by the Authorities to “purchase gas as regular”, after the lorry driver scarcity hit provides

A graphic illustrating how the three issues are currently affecting the UK and the problems it is causing. The People's Energy Company (bottom, middle) is one of the energy suppliers that have already gone bust

A graphic illustrating how the three points are at present affecting the UK and the issues it’s inflicting. The Folks’s Power Firm (backside, center) is likely one of the power suppliers which have already gone bust

Ministers face strain to ease immigration guidelines as emergency measure to draw HGV drivers from abroad 

Motorists and customers have been urged to not panic purchase gas and items because the scarcity of lorry drivers hit provides.

Ministers confronted recent strain to ease immigration guidelines as an emergency measure to draw HGV drivers from abroad amid warnings that 100,000 extra have been wanted throughout the business.

BP stated a ‘handful’ of its filling stations are closed because of an absence of gas out there, whereas Esso proprietor ExxonMobil additionally stated a ‘small quantity’ of its Tesco Alliance petrol forecourts have been impacted.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps advised including HGV drivers to the expert employee listing for immigration functions wouldn’t remedy the issue, though he insisted he nothing had been dominated out.

The problems round petrol provide, on high of issues within the meals business and rising gasoline costs have led to warnings the Authorities faces a ‘winter of discontent’.

A mix of things together with Brexit resulting in the lack of European Union drivers, the pandemic stopping driving exams and systemic issues within the business regarding pay and situations have led to the scarcity of certified HGV drivers.

Rod McKenzie of the Street Haulage Affiliation commerce physique accused ministers of ‘authorities by inertia’, permitting the state of affairs to get ‘regularly worse’ in current months.

‘We’ve bought a scarcity of 100,000 (drivers),’ he informed BBC’s Newsnight. ‘Once you assume that every thing we get in Britain comes on the again of a lorry – whether or not it’s gas or meals or garments or no matter it’s – in some unspecified time in the future, if there are not any drivers to drive these vehicles, the vehicles aren’t transferring and we’re not getting our stuff.’

Mr McKenzie added: ‘I don’t assume we’re speaking about completely no gas or meals or something like that, individuals shouldn’t panic purchase meals or gas or the rest, that’s not what that is about.

‘That is about inventory outs, it’s about shortages, it’s a couple of regular provide chain being disrupted.’

He stated a ‘very short-term’ measure could be to permit drivers onto the scarcity occupation listing and ‘seasonal visas’ for international drivers.

Richard Walker, the managing director of Iceland, stated the grocery store chain was round 100 drivers wanting what it wanted and echoed the decision for a brief change to immigration guidelines.

‘I believe the answer – even when it’s short-term – could be very, quite simple. Let’s get HGV drivers onto the expert employee listing,’ he stated.

The Transport Secretary, showing alongside Mr Walker on Query Time, stated ‘if that was truly the answer I’m certain we’d transfer to it in a short time and I don’t rule out something’.

However ‘this can be a world drawback, it has come immediately as a consequence of coronavirus’.

The Authorities has moved to streamline the testing system and Mr Shapps promised an additional 50,000 exams a yr.

Labour’s shadow justice secretary David Lammy stated: ‘What we’re is a winter of discontent. We’ve shortages of employees, shortages of provide and shortages of expertise.’

A Authorities spokeswoman stated: ‘There is no such thing as a scarcity of gas within the UK, and folks ought to proceed to purchase gas as regular.’

It comes because the UK’s Agriculture Secretary George Eustice has indicated that the federal government is making ready to increase a seasonal employee scheme to deal with labour shortages throughout meals manufacturing. The scheme is also prolonged to incorporate different industries affected by labour shortages. 

Yesterday BP stated it’ll prohibit deliveries of gas due to an absence of HGV drivers, which has additionally impacted supermarkets and raised fears of meals and even toy shortages over the Christmas interval. 

The oil big is known to have knowledgeable the Authorities that its capacity to move petrol and diesel from its refineries is being closely impacted by the provision chain disaster. 

BP’s Head of UK Retail, Hanna Hofer, informed the Cupboard Workplace final Thursday that it was essential that the Authorities understood the ‘urgency of the state of affairs’ which she branded ‘dangerous, very dangerous’.

Ms Hofer warned that the corporate had ‘two thirds of regular forecourt inventory ranges required for easy operations’ and that ranges have been ‘declining quickly’. The proscribing of deliveries is predicted to start ‘very quickly’. 

In the meantime, there have been reviews of Tesco petrol stations closing or working out of gas in Dorset, the Isle of Wight and Devon, nonetheless it’s believed that the incidents of shortages are solely affecting two websites. ExxonMobil, which operates Esso, added that a few of its 200 Tesco Alliance websites have been affected.

A Tesco spokesperson nonetheless stated supermarkets nonetheless had a ‘good availability of gas, with deliveries arriving at our petrol filling stations throughout the UK day-after-day.’ 

Nonetheless one petrol station proprietor informed BBC Radio 4 she had already run out of gas as soon as. Lisa Stevenson, proprietor of the Tolladine Service Station in Worcester, informed the In the present day Programme: ‘My order was supposed to return on Thursday final week, it didn’t arrive. 

‘My distributor stated it will be delivered on Friday, he then phoned me again stated ‘sadly we have now an absence of drivers’ and that it received’t be delivered till Monday.’

Requested if she had run out of petrol at that time, she stated: ‘We did certainly sure.’ Requested if it will occur once more, she stated: ‘Most undoubtedly, as we come into the winter.’  

In the meantime, on the Shell storage on A12 close to Marks Tey, Essex, the forecourt was stated to be fully out of diesel on Friday morning.

Additional down the A12, on the BP storage at Rivenhall, close to Kelvedon, Essex, automobiles have been queuing three deep at each pump on Friday morning and employees on the storage stated it was virtually out of diesel.

They have been hoping for a supply right this moment or tomorrow however weren’t certain if they’d get one, and stated that they had by no means seen the storage as busy

‘Persons are undoubtedly packing it in’, one driver stated.

One girl in Surrey informed the Solar she had witnessed an ‘previous man’ squeeze £2.65 price of gas into his tank ‘earlier than it overflowed onto the ground’. 

Nonetheless motorists and customers have been urged to not panic purchase gas and items, with a Authorities spokeswoman saying: ‘There is no such thing as a scarcity of gas within the UK, and folks ought to proceed to purchase gas as regular.’ 

Gerald Ronson, proprietor of virtually 300 Rontec – BP, Texaco and forecourts throughout the nation, informed The Telegraph he expects gas court docket disruption to final for greater than 4 weeks.

He stated: ‘With everyone coming again to work – extra automobiles on the highway as a result of individuals don’t wish to use buses or trains – this has drained plenty of gas.’ 

The information is the newest signal of the UK struggling to manage due to an ongoing scarcity of HGV drivers which comes alongside a worsening power disaster.  

Mr Shapps stated he hoped the difficulty would ‘easy out in a short time’ after the Authorities launched adjustments to exams. 

He informed Sky Information: ‘The issue isn’t new there’s been an absence of drivers truly for a lot of months throughout this pandemic as a result of as your report stated throughout the lockdown drivers couldn’t be handed via their lorry/HGV exams and that’s what’s been the issue.

‘However many extra exams are being made out there now so we should always see it easy out in a short time.

On quick time period visas, he stated: ‘I’ll have a look at every thing we will and we’ll transfer heaven and earth to verify shortages are alleviated.’ 

Care properties may shut bosses warn, as they face crippling 100% rise of their heating payments this winter 

By Katie Weston for MailOnline 

Care properties may shut this winter as a result of they face a crippling 100 per cent rise of their heating payments, bosses have warned. 

Melanie Weatherby, co-chair of the Care Affiliation Alliance, stated the hovering worth of wholesale gasoline may very well be the ‘straw that breaks the camel’s again’. 

On common, a care residence with 50 residents spends round £50,000 per yr on gasoline and electrical energy payments.

However an power dealer has predicted the worth will increase may result in care operators – who aren’t protected by the worth cap – paying double that quantity.  

It comes because the boss of 1 collapsed power firm says pleas for assist have ‘fallen on deaf ears’ regardless of many suppliers being getting ready to administration.

The worth hikes have seen seven corporations collapse since August and led to a warning from the Authorities to arrange for the worst. 

Melanie Weatherby, co-chair of the Care Association Alliance, said the soaring price of wholesale gas could be the 'straw that breaks the camel's back' (file photo)

Melanie Weatherby, co-chair of the Care Affiliation Alliance, stated the hovering worth of wholesale gasoline may very well be the ‘straw that breaks the camel’s again’ (file photograph)

Steve Silverwood, Managing Director of ECA Enterprise Power, informed The Guardian: ‘The care properties that haven’t already bought power for forthcoming renewals are going to see 100 per cent plus will increase. 

‘A care residence might be spending £50,000 plus [on energy] and to double that’s unbelievable.’

Ms Weatherby stated: ‘It may very well be the straw that breaks the camel’s again.’

And Nadra Ahmed, of the Nationwide Care Affiliation, warned of the affect worth hikes can have within the winter, when heating will probably be switched on on a regular basis.

The feedback comply with the founder and chief govt of Inexperienced Power saying that ‘a majority’ of the 40 corporations he has spoken to in current days are prone to collapse with out additional Authorities help.

His enterprise grew to become the fifth provider to exit of enterprise in September as rising gasoline costs contributed to the disaster engulfing the sector.

Talking on BBC Good Morning Scotland, Peter McGirr additionally stated {that a} assembly with Enterprise Secretary Kwarteng had been ‘fairly pointless’ and advised that individuals could also be unable to warmth their properties over the winter after which face an enormous worth hike within the new yr.

He stated: ‘We’ve tirelessly lobbied Authorities and, together with 14 different suppliers, wrote an open letter on the very begin of the week saying that the market is in disaster, all of us need assistance.

The price hikes have seen seven energy firms collapse since August and led to a warning from the Government to prepare for the worst (file photo)

The worth hikes have seen seven power corporations collapse since August and led to a warning from the Authorities to arrange for the worst (file photograph)

‘Sadly it’s fallen on deaf ears.

‘We’re doing a spherical desk with the Enterprise Secretary on Tuesday when he lastly listened and talked to all of the small suppliers, however we have been in there for an hour and it felt like for an hour we have been speaking about what color to color the stables now that each one the horses are bolted.

‘So it was fairly pointless, to be sincere.’

On Thursday, Mr Kwarteng denied being complacent over 18-month-old warnings about dangers to the UK’s power provide after 1.5million individuals have been left with out a supplier.

With 800,000 customers dropping their suppliers on Wednesday alone, two power corporations have since appeared to make it tougher for brand new prospects to enroll in their providers as they try and survive the present turbulence.

Yesterday, Kwasi Kwarteng (pictured) denied being complacent over 18-month-old warnings about risks to the UK's energy supply after 1.5million people were left without a provider

Yesterday, Kwasi Kwarteng (pictured) denied being complacent over 18-month-old warnings about dangers to the UK’s power provide after 1.5million individuals have been left with out a supplier

Shadow enterprise secretary Ed Miliband quoted a letter from power regulator Ofgem warning of a ‘systemic threat to the power provide as an entire’ which had been despatched 18 months in the past.

Opposition chief Sir Keir Starmer tweeted that the main points present the Authorities was ‘warned a couple of looming disaster and didn’t put together’.

However within the Commons earlier, Mr Kwarteng insisted the business and market will discover the answer to the power disaster.

Responding to an pressing query from Labour, he stated: ‘The Authorities has been clear that defending customers is our major focus and shapes our complete method to this.

‘We’ll proceed to guard customers with the power worth cap.

‘The answer to this disaster will probably be discovered from the business and the market, as is already occurring, and the Authorities – I repeat – won’t be bailing out failed power corporations.’

MailOnline has contacted the Division of Well being and Social Take care of remark. 

 





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