Coronavirus: Italy tightens restrictions as death toll tops 4,000 – Wanted in Rome

Posted: March 21, 2020 at 2:42 am

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Italy registers a record 627 deaths in one day from Coronavirus. Italy has announced a further tightening ofrestrictions due to the Coronavirus emergency, in a bid to get people off the streets and remain at home, reports Italian news agency ANSA.

The nationwidemeasures are in place from 21 March until 25 March, the end-date of the existing orderwhich in allprobablilitywill be extended.

The measures include a ban on outdoor play or recreation, however people may still take outdoor excercise, on their own, provided they stay in the area of their residence and maintain a distance of at least one metre from others.

Access to public parks,villas, gardens and playgrounds is prohibited.

On public holidays, and the days either side, all travel is forbidden to anywhere that is not your principal residence, including second homes.

Milan has called in soldiers to patrol its streets while Rome is stepping up its controls on motorists and pedestrians still in circulation.

Italy's death toll from the Coronavirus pandemic has reached 4,032, according to the latest figures released on 20 March by the country's civil protection agency, and reported by ANSA.

The number offatalities is up 627 since the day before, the highest one-day death count anywhere in the world, including China, since the Covid-19 pandemic began.

The overall number of those whohave contracted Coronavirus in Italy - including the deceased and the 5,129 people who haverecovered - now stands at 47,021.

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