KIEV. April 9. UNN. The death toll in Italy in the last 24 hours of the disease was 610. In total, more than 17.6 thousand people have died since the outbreak, Angelo Borrelli, the head of the Department of Civil Protection, said on Thursday. UNN with a reference to the Corriere della Sera edition, and data from the Italian Ministry of Health.
As of April 9, the total number of people who had contracted the coronavirus exceeded 143,000, and 4,204 new cases of the disease were recorded in the last 24 hours, recording a theoretical decline in the prevalence of COVID-19.
Since the beginning of the epidemic, 18,279 people have died (including 610 deaths per day, an increase from the previous day), 28 470 people recovered during the whole time, and 3,605 people undergoing intensive care, the number of which has been decreasing for the sixth consecutive day.
For example, on April 8, 542 people were reported dead.
It should be noted that Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has extended restrictive measures previously introduced in several regions to the whole country. They will run from March 10 to April 3. Decree on this published on the website of the Government of Italy.
Traveling around the country is now only allowed for work, treatment and emergencies. Schools and universities are closed – as are museums, entertainment venues and sports clubs. Mass gatherings, including weddings and funerals, are prohibited. Sports will either be canceled or conducted without spectators. People with temperatures above 37.5 ° C should stay at home and minimize contact with others.
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Subsequently, Conte, in an address to the nation on March 11, announced the introduction of new restrictive measures due to the spread of coronavirus infection. Conte’s statement was broadcast on Facebook.
Address of the Italian Prime Minister to the nation, March 11, 2020:
Across Italy, most stores have closed. Only those who sell essentials such as food and medicine will make an exception. Newspapers and tobacco kiosks will also work. In addition, transport, financial and manufacturing facilities will continue to operate.
Pubs, bars and restaurants will be closed throughout the day. In this case, the institution will be able to continue to work, delivering goods to the house.
“To manage is to have a 360-degree vision,” Conte said in his address. – This challenge – we now know it well – is related to public health. This is a challenge that puts our health care system at risk. But it also has to do with the support of our economy, our small and medium-sized manufacturing network. In the decisions that I have made so far, I have taken into account, together with all ministers, all interests, all factors. I made a deal with my conscience. In the first place is and will always be the health of the Italians. “
Testing on COVID-19 Clinic staff in Palermo:
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Burial of the victims of COVID-19: