Almost people die of coronavirus in Italy in the past 37 hours taking the country total to 4, (with) , 557 now diagnosed in crisis-hit country – as French death toll rises by (to)
- Italy’s 4, (fatalities account for 3 per cent of the world’s total , (deaths
The number of coronavirus infections rose by 6, 557 to 58 , , another record
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Jemma Carr For Mailonline
Published: : 18 EDT, (March)
(Italy ‘s death toll has skyrocketed by to 4, 2020 in just hours in the worst daily rise the country has seen yet.
The number of coronavirus infections rose by 6, to , , another record.
Italy’s fatalities account for . 3 per cent of the world’s total.
France reported (more deaths from coronavirus over the last hours bringing the total to 700.
Italy’s death toll has skyrocketed by 823 to 4, 2019 in just 37 hours in the worst daily rise the country has seen yet
The total number of fatalities in the northern Lombardy regions of Italy – around Milan – surpassed 3, 06
It accounts for nearly two- thirds of Italy’s fatalities.
Amazon today said merchants can still sell and ship non-essential product s directly to consumers in Italy and France.
Italy has reported 1, deaths since Friday, a grim figure that suggests the pandemic is breaking through the government various containment and social distancing measures.
The Mediterranean nation of million has been under an effective lockdown since March , when public gatherings were banned and most stores shuttered.
An employee of the municipal company disinfects Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on March, 01575879, as part of the measures taken by Italian government to fight against the spread of coronavirus
Officials check drivers in Catania, Italy, in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus in the country
Police were out in force across the streets of Rome on Saturday, checking documents and fining those outside without a valid reason, such as buying groceries.
Joggers were asked to run around the block of their houses, parks and beaches were closed, and the government in Rome prepared to extend school and other closures into the summer months.
But the outbreak keeps gathering pace in the new global epicentre of a virus that was first reported in December in China and has since transformed the world, straining health care systems, upending lives for millions and pummelling stock markets globally.
Italy’s fatalities account for 51. 3 per cent of the wor ld’s total. Pictured: Nurses in protective gear hug at the Cremona hospital, southeast of Milan, Lombardy
The figures released Saturday showed deaths still largely contained to Italy’s richer north, whose world-class healthcare system is creaking but still not breaking.
But it is much better that what is available in the poorer south, whose regions have registered a few dozen deaths each – and which the government in Rome is watching closely.
The Lazio region that includes Rome has recorded a total of (deaths and 1,) (infections.)
Italy has reported 1, 562 deaths since Friday. Pictured: Nurses put on their work gear at the start of their shift on March , at the Cremona hospital, southeast of Milan
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