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US Coronavirus: Italy will extend its state of emergency until the end of April

13:55  13 january  2021
13:55  13 january  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Italy has extended the state of emergency imposed in the country due to the coronavirus outbreak until October 15, according to a government statement released early Thursday morning local time. "The Council of Ministers, on the proposal of President Giuseppe Conte, approved the extension

New Jersey declares state of emergency as coronavirus cases surged in tri- state area, Italy extends its quarantine to the entire country. Last week, Amazon told employees at its offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Seattle area to work from home if they can until the end of the month.

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-ITALY-EMERGENCY: Coronavirus: Italy will extend its state of emergency until the end of April

CORONAVIRUS: L'ITALIE VA PROLONGER SON ÉTAT D'URGENCE JUSQUE FIN AVRIL © Reuters / GUGLIELMO MANGIAPANE CORONAVIRUS: ITALY TO EXTEND STATE OF EMERGENCY UNTIL END OF APRIL

ROME (Reuters) - The state of emergency in Italy in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic will be extended until the end of April due to the lack of improvement in contamination, the Minister of Health announced on Wednesday.

This state of emergency, which was to expire at the end of January, strengthens the prerogatives of the government in Rome and allows it to act more quickly.


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Italy has extended its lockdown until 13 April but recorded its lowest death toll in more than a week, reinforcing indications that the coronavirus epidemic both there and in Spain may be reaching a plateau. “Experts say we are on the right track and the drastic measures we have taken are starting to

Italy 's mortality rate rose well beyond the official coronavirus death toll. And a study found that the Beach vacations for German tourists at the Baltic Sea could be possible by the end of May, after the The mountainous Tyrol region was particularly hit, as its critical ski season had to be ended early due

"The government considers it appropriate to extend the state of emergency until April 30. There has been a dramatic increase in the risk index, "Roberto Speranza told the Chamber of Deputies.

Among the autonomous regions and provinces of the country, 12 are at high risk, eight at moderate risk and one at low risk, he said.

The COVID-19 epidemic has killed 79,819 in Italy since the first cases were detected in the country on February 21 and 2.3 million people have been infected with the coronavirus there.

(Claudia Cristoferi, French version Bertrand Boucey, edited by Blandine Hénault)

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