The number of coronavirus victims in Italy has risen to 11
On the Apennine Peninsula, the number of coronavirus victims rose to 11. Meanwhile, the Italian authorities praised WHO for the measures taken. Quarantined settlements also became known.
The number of coronavirus victims in Italy as of Tuesday evening, February 25, was 11 people. There were two deaths during the day. The total number of recorded cases of coronavirus has increased to 322, reports ANSA.
вЂњThere are 11 confirmed coronavirus victims in Italy,вЂќ the report said.
The last four victims of the deadly virus were an 84-year-old resident of Nembro in the province of Bergamo, a 91-year-old man from San Fiorano, an 83-year-old woman from Codogno, the province of Lodi, and a woman of 76 who was hospitalized on the eve of the intensive care unit in Treviso.
According to the report of Civil Protection Commissioner Angelo Borrelli, 322 people are now infected with coronavirus in Italy, including three people in Sicily.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) said that Italy has taken appropriate measures to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, focusing on stopping further transmission from person to person, reports Reuters.
вЂњThe measures taken by the Italian government or regional governments were quite strong and most likely should help to contain this virus as qualitatively as possible,вЂќ said Who is a spokesman Christian Lindmaer.
Today, authorities in the Italian region of Lombardy have published a list of settlements that are completely quarantined due to an outbreak of coronavirus in the country.
Reportedly, the cities were transformed by the so-called вЂњred zonesвЂќ that were created to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Thus, quarantine was introduced in:
Terranova dei Passerini;
At the same time, it is noted that entry and exit into the вЂњred zonesвЂќ under the strictest ban. In addition, railway stations and public transport stops were closed in cities.
On the eve it was reported that the panic of the Italians because of the coronavirus led to the fact that in the shops of Milan empty shelves.