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'
In the weeks since all of Italy was ordered indoors — no football games, no visiting cafes or bars, no church services — the country made slow progress toward containing its severe coronavirus outbreak
Coronavirus Outbreak: Italy records world's highest daily toll with 919 dead in 24 hrs, total deaths at 9,134
Italy recorded 919 deaths from coronavirus on Friday, the highest daily toll anywhere in the world, while the number of confirmed cases eclipsed the total in China where the virus first emerged.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Italy sees rise in toll by 662 in 24 hours, taking total number of deaths to 8,165
The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Italy rose to 80,539 from a previous 74,386, the Civil Protection Agency said — the highest number of new cases since 21 March.
The coronavirus epidemic raging through Italy has already left streets empty and shops shuttered as 60 million Italians are essentially under house arrest
Italy to impose lockdown in Lombardy region, including Milan and Venice after confirmed coronavirus cases rise to by over 1,200 in 24 hrs
The number of coronavirus cases in Italy, Europe’s worst-hit country, reached 5,883 on Saturday, the civil protection agency said, the biggest daily rise since the epidemic began just over two weeks ago.
Brazil reports first case of coronavirus in Latin America; 61-year-old tested positive after travelling to Italy
Due to the spread of the new virus worldwide, Brazil on Monday broadened its criteria for analysis of suspected cases. The Health Ministry determined that people with fever and flu symptoms returning from Italy and six other countries should be considered suspected cases.
Europa League: Borussia Dortmund striker Michy Batshuayi accuses Atlanta fans of racism in last-32 clash
Borussia Dortmund striker Michy Batshuayi accused Atalanta fans of racist abuse on Thursday after his team's Europa League match in Lombardy.
Italy's leader says the government is willing to open talks with representatives of two wealthy regions after voters there passed referendums seeking greater autonomy
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