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Poles in Italy warned to avoid public spaces amid coronavirus fears

24.02.2020 07:10
The Polish consulate in Milan has warned Poles in Italy to avoid public spaces where possible amid fears that the coronavirus is spreading in Europe.
A police officer wears a protective face mask during the Venice Carnival in Italy on Sunday. The last days of the carnival were cancelled.
A police officer wears a protective face mask during the Venice Carnival in Italy on Sunday. The last days of the carnival were cancelled. Photo: EPA/Andrea Merola

The consulate said in a message on Twitter: “WARNING! Due to an increase in coronavirus cases in northern Italy, we ask our compatriots living and staying in Italy to comply with the recommendations of the Italian authorities and to take precautions.”

Three people have died from the virus and 152 have been infected in Italy, officials said on Sunday. The country is the centre of the largest outbreak of coronavirus outside Asia.

Poland has not yet had any confirmed cases, though officials have warned that it’s a matter of time.

(pk)

Source: PAP/IAR/TVN