Rome: On Sunday morning, the Italian government adopted tough measures to stop the spread of the deadly corona virus that hit the world, and millions of people are forced to isolate themselves in northern Italy.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Twitter that he has signed plans to limit access to large areas, including Venice and the financial capital of Milan, for almost a month.
“#Coronavirus, the new decree is finally approved,” Conte wrote, confirming reports published by Italy’s Corriere Della Sera newspaper and other media.
With more than 230 deaths in Italy, this is the country with the highest number of deaths from COVID-19 diseases in all countries outside of China.
The number of people infected with the virus is more than 100,000 worldwide and 3,500 people have died in 95 countries.
According to Corriere Della Sera, there are no ‘serious’ reasons that cannot be postponed, and people are not allowed to enter or leave the entire Lombardy region (10 million inhabitants) around Milan and Venice and the surrounding area, including the cities of Palma and Rimi. Neh.
The newspaper reports that museums, night clubs, stadiums and casinos in these areas will be closed, and adds that the measures will be implemented by 3 April.