COVID-19 has spread through Italy, killing thousands of people and forcing a nationwide lockdown. Medical experts analyzing data coming out of Italy say the United States could be just days behind in a trajectory of the outbreak. AP's Ralph Russo dives deep into the current state of Italy with AP Milan Correspondent Colleen Barry.
Sky News' Stuart Ramsay gets an inside look at a hospital in Italy that is overflowing with coronavirus patients as the medical staff struggles to contain the virus. Sky News' Stuart Ramsay gets an inside look at a hospital in Italy that is overflowing with coronavirus patients as the medical staff struggles to contain the virus. and Dr. Kavita Patel is abck to help answer more of your viewer questions CORONAVIRUS:
A Chinese medical team arrived in Milan, Wednesday, March 18, to deliver equipment and help Italian health authorities in their fight against COVID-19.
- - - - - - - - - Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte signed a decree putting about one-quarter of its population under quarantine in a bid to stop a rapidly expanding outbreak of the coronavirus. The lockdown affects the region of Lombardy and other northern provinces, and includes Venice and Italy's financial capital Milan. Italy is the country with the most coronavirus infections in Europe. The lockdown is the most drastic measure yet taken in a European country to try to contain the virus.