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MILAN (Reuters) - From insults for dog walkers to furious local officials telling residents to stay home and people from other regions to stay out, Italians' forbearance is fraying as their coronavirus epidemic enters its second month.MILAN (Reuters) - From insults for dog walkers to furious local officials telling residents to stay home and people from other regions to stay out, Italians' forbearance is fraying as their coronavirus epidemic enters its second month.

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Italians have been stopped by police from fleeing Milan by train as doctors warned that increasing numbers of young people in the country are falling victim to coronavirus. Around 120 people seeking to board southbound trains to Naples and Salerno to join their families were prevented from getting on as officers enforced stricter curbs introduced overnight.Italians have been stopped by police from fleeing Milan by train as doctors warned that increasing numbers of young people in the country are falling victim to coronavirus. Around 120 people seeking

Italians stopped from fleeing Milan for the south | London Evening Standard

Italy is the western nation most hard hit by the Wuhan coronavirus so far. The outbreak began in the north, and the northern regions began locking down first. For example, in late February, soccer matches were cancelled in Milan and Bergamo but held in Rome and Naples. Information about the incidence of the virus in Italy, and deaths thought to be caused by it, is widely available. However, I haven't

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