On the morning of Friday, February 21st, we learned that three cases of coronavirus had been confirmed in northern Italy. I remember the sense of dread I felt as we reported a few hours later that the number had doubled.
?? Here's the latest update on #coronavirusitaly:
– Record number of recoveries on Friday
– Fewer patients being hospitalised
– 3,493 new cases, 575 deaths
– Official briefings reduced from daily to 2x weekly#Covid_19 https://t.co/rjmiZkubEO
— The Local Italy (@TheLocalItaly) April 17, 2020
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“Living abroad tends to put life on a higher difficulty setting anyway. We're feeling that now more than ever.” Every week my colleagues and I reflect on the #coronavirus impact on life in our countries. (quote by @ClareinItaly) https://t.co/ottmRJxwuf
— Emma Löfgren (@ekjlofgren) April 25, 2020
More stories of hope like this one by @JessicaLPhelan . More and more, @TheLocalItaly edited by Clare Speak @ClareinItaly is providing great and inspiring coverage on the coronavirus outbreak in Italy. Thanks so much for this.https://t.co/Vv83PG3uZ6
— Angelo Boccato (@Ang_Bok) March 17, 2020
The Italian government confirmed last night that unrestricted travel between ALL regions can restart from Wednesday June 3rd, as planned.
Full details here:https://t.co/4x4ecsewy7
— Clare Speak (@ClareinItaly) May 30, 2020