- Italy has rapidly become Europe’s hotspot for the coronavirus. As of Wednesday, there were 322 confirmed cases, and 12 people had died from it.
- The government put 11 towns in northern Italy on lockdown to try and stop the coronavirus from spreading.
- San Fiorano is one of the those towns. One local teacher named Marzio Toniolo documented what life is like in the lockdown for Reuters.
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In San Fiorano, a small town in northern Italy, four generations of the same family are taking their temperatures and watching the news, waiting for word about the coronavirus.
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Source : BusinessInsider.Com