3 Dead, 130 Persons Test Positive As Italy Battles Coronavirus

Must Read

COVID-19: Lagos PDP Organises Emergency Food Relief Initiative (Photos)

The Lagos chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) has announced that it is setting up an emergency food relief...

HIV Drug That Treats Coronavirus Moving To Phase 2 Trials

An experimental HIV drug that has been used to successfully treat COVID-19 patients is in its second phase of...

Coronavirus: Governor Lalong Orders Lockdown For Fumigation In Plateau

Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State, has announced a total lockdown of the state, with effect from 12 midnight,...

Easter: FG Declares Friday 10th, Monday 13th As Public Holidays

The federal government of Nigeria has declared Friday, 10th April and Monday, 13th as public holidays to enable Christians...

FG locked down Lagos, Abuja To Secretly Install 5G – Oyakhilome

Less than 24 hours after popular cleric, Chris Oyakhilome came out with a spurious claim that 5g network is...

Health officials in Italy are struggling to explain how the country went from having just three cases of the deadly coronavirus to having many towns quarantined and over a hundred persons testing positive to the disease.

In early February, the country cancelled all flights to and from China but that hasn’t stopped the virus from arriving, as people were still able to access the country through stopovers in other countries.

As of Sunday, more than 50,000 people were not allowed to leave their towns, as the country began to grapple with the worst coronavirus outside of Asia.

Read Also: I Have No Intention Of Joining Coronavirus Infected APC: Fayose

According to reports, more than 130 people in Italy had tested positive for the virus, with about 90 of them in Lombardy, the region where Milan is the capital.

Two people have  reportedly died, including one in Lombardy while the number of infected persons continued to rise on Sunday

Trade shows, football matches and other public events have been cancelled and according to the mayor of Milan, Italy’s second-largest city with about 1.4 million residents, said the city’s schools will be closed for a week.

- Advertisement -


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -