Coronavirus: what’s happening in Italy

"The whole of Italy has become a 'red zone' and all activities deemed not strictly necessary for the life of individuals and the system have been suspended across the country for two weeks, up to March 25th 2020. This was announced by the head of the Italian government yesterday evening, March 11, at the behest of the Regions most affected by Covid-19 which, perhaps not surprisingly are also the most industrialized and “connected” in the country and who have been demanding drastic measures to speed up the end to the crisis."

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