They handled it in very different ways - somewhere it went wrong

There are many way to deal with the present corona-crisis. Also inside its own borders. It is the provinces of Lodi and Bergamo a good picture of. For althoug

They handled it in very different ways - somewhere it went wrong

There are many way to deal with the present corona-crisis. Also inside its own borders. It is the provinces of Lodi and Bergamo a good picture of. For althoug

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
19 mart 2020 Thursday 02:00
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They handled it in very different ways - somewhere it went wrong

There are many way to deal with the present corona-crisis. Also inside its own borders.

It is the provinces of Lodi and Bergamo a good picture of. For although the two area is just an hour's drive from each other, so, the reality is far different.

In Lodi, they chose to close down quickly schools, shops and citizens ' social exposures, just like we now see in Denmark.

Different hesitant was the in Bergamo, and it can be seen.

A study from Oxford University shows how the curve has flattened in Lodi, while the just exploded in Bergamo.

And after the graph was made, it has just become worse in Bergamo. The site is described now as coronavirussens epicenter in Europe, and more than 3800 people are infected.


German Der Spiegel has spoken with the mayor of the city, Giorgio Gori, explaining the reason.

We were the first in Europe, who faced the here crisis, and it is very, very hard to deal with.

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- There may have been some confusion in the beginning, and we could have responded faster by, for example, to introduce the red zone in the past, he says to the newspaper.

In the town of Lodi was the different quick and cash. 21. February was the first citizen found to be contaminated, and just two days later was the province shut down.


Italy confirmed its first case of coronasmitte at the end of January, while the first 'lockdowns' were introduced 21. February and applied for large parts of Lombardy.

9. march introduced the Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte a national curfew in the country, where about 2,000 people right now are in the intensive care unit at the nation's hospitals.

All shops with the exception of pharmacies, supermarkets and the like have been closed down, and the italians may only leave their home if it is not more than necessary.

the Curfew affects 60 million italians.

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a total Of 2978 people have died of the coronavirus in Italy, and the number of persons who are found to be contaminated, is at the time of writing 35.713 and increase with around 3500 new cases every day.

18. in march, the country has registered 475 deaths over 24 hours. It is the highest number any country has ever recorded in a day.

The british researchers at Oxford University suggests that one of the medårsagerne to the crisis situation in Italy is that the country has a very high number of older people.

Updated: 19.03.2020 02:00
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