The Prime Minister of Italy spoke about the introduction of additional measures in the country due to coronavirus

The Prime Minister of Italy , Giuseppe Conte made a speech at an emergency meeting, announcing the new measures over the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection in the country. It is reported by Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio on his official website.

“The decision to close all production activity throughout the country, which is not decisive to guarantee necessities. Supermarkets will remain open. Food, pharmacy and parapharmaceutical products will be available. Basic services are also guaranteed.

I chose a line of transparency and the exchange in order to minimize and hide the real losses. I decided to make all of you participated in the challenge which we face the most difficult crisis since the second postwar period. The death of many fellow citizens — it’s a pain that renews every day, those whom we mourn is the people and the stories of families who lose the most beloved. The measures should be adhered to with certainty. This is a hard action to stay at home is not easy we Have no alternative. We need to resist. The only way we can protect ourselves and those we love. Victim of home invasion are minimal in comparison with hospitals, doctors, nurses, law enforcement officers, employees of supermarkets “, — said the Prime Minister.

We will remind, earlier it became known that the coronavirus has infected Juventus striker Paolo Dibala and his girlfriend, as well as the technical Director of “Milan” Paolo Maldini and his son Daniel, who plays for the red and black on the attacking midfielder position.

Flash COVID-19 was recorded late last year in Wuhan (China). March 11, the world health organization declared the outbreak COVID-19 pandemic. According to recent reports, he died more than 12 thousand people, the number of infected has recovered more than 88 thousand Italy takes 2nd place in the world in the number of infected population — 47 million Of them died more than 4 thousand.

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