Coronavirus In Italy
Coronavirus In Italy News
At Italy's oldest music conservatory, students continue playing behind glass panels to curb COVID-19
The pandemic, which struck Lombardy first in Italy, and Italy first in the West, cast the 1,700 students asunder. For the first months of total lockdown, they could only follow classes online.
The restrictions were announced a day after Italy registered more than a half million confirmed coronavirus cases since the pandemic's outbreak
Cate Blanchett opens up on return to Venice Film Festival, her fears around coronavirus: We've to be courageous
Cate Blanchett talks about heading the Venice Film Festival jury and how baffled she is that other countries didn’t learn from Italy to be better prepared to fight the coronavirus outbreak when it spread.
Venice Film Festival 2020 becomes first major event to operate after coronavirus outbreak with safety protocol
The public will be barred from the Venice Film Festival red carpet, Hollywood stars will be largely absent, and face masks are mandated throughout the course of festival.
'Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again': Rahul Gandhi slams Centre on lockdown, urges govt to infuse cash into hands of poor
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday slammed the Central Government over the rise in coronavirus cases in India during the various phases of the lockdown while urging it once again to infuse cash into the hands of the poor in order to restart the economy
Cristiano Ronaldo bellowed out a loud expletive when he missed a chance at the end of the first half in Italy's first football match in more than three months. Everyone in the huge, empty stadium, all 300 or so of us, could hear it plain as day.
India went past Italy to become the sixth worst-hit nation by the COVID-19 pandemic with the country registering a record single-day spike of 9,887 cases which pushed the nationwide tally to 2,36,657
Juventus, which is bidding for a record-extending ninth successive Serie A title, has a one-point advantage over Lazio. Third-place Inter Milan is nine points behind Juventus but has played a match less.
Over the last three months, the coronavirus pandemic has pushed filmmakers to forge new modes and approaches for filming while under lockdown, thereby expanding the scope of cinema possible under restrictive conditions of any kind.
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Fourth positive case reported at railway headquarters in Delhi; 23 more test positive in Chandigarh
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: A senior officer posted at the Rail Bhawan in Central Delhi has tested positive for coronavirus, the fourth case at the railway headquarters.
Donald Trump threatens to entirely cut off relationship with China over COVID-19 amid calls for action against Beijing
US president Donald Trump threatened to cut off the whole relationship with China in response to the spread of COVID-19 across the world
Serie A was suspended on 9 March and the league and the Italian football federation (FIGC) want the season to be completed, playing matches without spectators.
As COVID-19 lockdowns ease worldwide, experts warn question is not whether second wave will hit us, but when and how badly
From the marbled halls of Italy to the wheat fields of Kansas, health authorities are increasingly warning that the question isn’t whether a second wave of COVID-19 infections and deaths will hit, but when — and how badly
Britain's COVID-19 toll crosses 30,000 mark as authorities begin trial of contact tracing app to contain spread of coronavirus
Britain on Tuesday became the first country in Europe to confirm more than 30,000 coronavirus deaths, and infections rose sharply again in Russia, even as other nations made great strides in containing the scourge
Coronavirus Outbreak: Millions return to work as Italy begins easing lockdown; Senate convenes in Washington
Italy started stirring Monday, with millions allowed back to work as Europe’s longest coronavirus lockdown started easing, while the US took halting steps to lift some restrictions even as tens of thousands of new cases were reported every day
The players and coaching staff at Serie A side AS Roma have agreed to go without four months’ salary to help the club through the crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Italy may relax lockdown measures by April end if spread of COVID-19 continues to slow, says PM Giuseppe Conte
Giuseppe Conte also said, 'We need to pick sectors that can restart their activity. If scientists confirm it, we might begin to relax some measures already by the end of this month'
COVID-19 Global Roundup: France reports 1,417 deaths in 24 hours, Boris Johnson spends second night in hospital, Wuhan lifts lockdown
The global number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has risen to 1.45 million and the death toll is over 83,500. So far, over 309,000 patients have recovered.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Brescia president Massimo Cellino threatens to forfeit matches if Serie A re-starts
Brescia president Cellino, formerly owner of Cagliari and Leeds United, ridiculed the idea that the Serie A season could be extended to August or September
Chiellini, who has a master's degree in business administration, was the main go-between for players and management when the squad agreed to forgo 90 million euros in wages to help the club