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Now Italy
has confirmed more than 3,800 
coronavirus cases since the beginning of the outbreak, said health officials at a press conference on Thursday evening, as a further 41 deaths were reported in 24 hours.
The total number of people with coronavirus is 3,858 in Italy, including the deceased and 414 recovered patients.
Italy has the highest number of fatalities related to the virus outside China.

According to statistics website Worldometers, Italy is now seeing the highest daily increase in both cases and deaths anywhere in the world.
Now Italy’s 22 regions have been affected the virus that has reached the Aosta Valley on the French border.
After announcing the current figures, Italian Government Ministers on Thursday revealed a €7.5 billion ($8.4-billion) economic plan rescue to deal with the effect of the new coronavirus.
The stimulus package will be used mainly to “increase the intended resources for the health services, civil protection, and law enforcement,” said Italian Finance Minister Roberto Gualtieri.
On Wednesday closed Italian all schools and universities and decreed that all sports events would participate in behind closed doors to stop the spread of the virus.
Prime Minister Guiseppe Conte said, “We are focused on taking all measures for direct containment or delaying the spread of the virus,” on Wednesday.
The health system risks going into overload and we will have a problem deal with intensive care if an exponential crisis continues.
Rome has already informed the European Commission in Brussels about the extra loss spending.
Italian officials said, “ They expect, Brussels agree to make progress that it must under the 27-nation EU bloc’s strict budget rules for member states.
According to the WHO, about 80 percent of people agree on the new coronavirus recovery without needing special treatment and some 3.4 percent of cases are fatal.
Old people with underlying medical problems are high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes, which can develop serious illness.
Credit from- Local Italy (Latest)