The first case was confirmed on January 31, 2020, when two Chinese tourists in tested positive, caused by. One week later an Italian gentleman sent back to Italy from the city, China, was treated in hospital and confirmed a third case in Italy. A group of cases subsequently detected, beginning with 16 confirmed cases in Milan on 21 February. An additional 60 cases and the first deaths were reported on February 22.
On January 31, the Italian government to stop all flights to and from China and declared a state of emergency. In February, eleven cities identified as the center of two major Italian cluster and placed under quarantine. The majority of positive cases in other areas traced back to the two groups. On March 8, 2020, Prime Minister expands quarantine for all and 14 other northern provinces, and the next day for all of Italy ,. On March 11, 2020, Conte was banned almost all commercial activities except for supermarkets and pharmacies.
On March 6, 2020, Italian College of Anesthesia, Analgesia, Resuscitation and Intensive Care (SIAARTI) recommendations were issued regarding the protocol may be used. March 10th Italy has conducted 60 761 tests for the virus.
On March 18, 2020, Italy was the center of the world with 28 710 cases of active coronavirus active cases – more than double the number of active cases of other countries, and exceed those of China and Iran combined. The total of confirmed cases is 35 713, with 2,978 deaths, and 4025 recovery, leaving 28 710 active cases in Italy.
On December 31, 2019 ,,, Health Commission information about the cluster of cases of acute pneumonia with unknown origin in the province. On January 9, 2020, (CCDC) report the identification (later identified as) as the cause. In late January 2020, followed, on 3 February, Italy set the enhanced screening measures, including thermal cameras and medical staff at the airport.
On January 31, the first two cases confirmed in COVID 19th. Some of China, from Wuhan, who arrived in Italy on January 23 through the journey from the airport to Verona, then to Parma, arrived in Rome on 28 January. The next afternoon, they develop a cough, and by night he had a fever; The couple was taken to where they tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 and hospitalized. On January 31, the Italian government to stop all flights to and from China and declared a state of emergency. The Prime Minister said that Italy is the first EU country that take this kind of preventive measures. The government also introduced a thermal scanners and check the temperature on international passengers arriving at the airport in Italy.
On February 6 Italy repatriated from Wuhan tested positive for COVID-19, so the number of cases in Italy three.
On February 22, repatriated Italy recovered and discharged from hospital. On 22 and 26 February two Chinese tourists infected previously tested negative for COVID-19 in Lazzaro Spallanzani National Institute in Rome.
This outbreak came to light when a 38-year-old Italian tested positive in, in. On February 14, he was not feeling well and went to a doctor in. He was prescribed medication for influenza. On February 16, as the man’s condition worsened, he went to the Hospital of Codogno, reported respiratory problems. Initially there was no suspicion COVID-19, so there are no additional precautions are taken, and the virus is able to infect other patients and health workers. On February 19, the wife of the patient revealed he had met an Italian friend who had returned from China on Jan. 21, which later tested negative. Then, the patient, his pregnant wife and a positive friend. On Feb. 20, three cases were confirmed after the patient reported symptoms. After that, extensive screening and checks carried out on all those who may have had contact with or near the infected subjects. It has been further reported that the origin of this case has a possible connection to the first local transmission is happening in Europe, Germany, on January 19, 2020, consistent with the phylogenetic analysis of the viral genome. Men 38 years without symptoms for weeks, reportedly led an active social life and the potential to interact with dozens of people before spreading the virus in Hospital Codogno. After that, he moved to the inside, and his wife to Milan.
On February 21, more than 16 confirmed cases – fourteen in, including doctors who prescribe treatment for men Codogno 38 years, and two on. On Feb. 22, a woman of 77 years, suffering from pneumonia and visit emergency rooms each with a 38-year-old from Codogno, died in Lombardy. Including 78 men who died in the Veneto, the number of cases in Italy rose to 79. Of the 76 new cases are found, 54 are found in Lombardy, including one patient in Milan and eight patients in, seventeen in Veneto, two, two and one in.
On February 23, a woman of 68 years with cancer die within. The number of cases in Italy rose to 152, including the fourteen patients treated at Policlinico San Matteo in Pavia. On February 24, a man 84 years with pre-existing medical conditions of the die while hospitalized Papa Giovanni XXIII. A man of 88 years, who lives in Codogno, died on the same day. A man of 80 years died at the Luigi Sacco Hospital in Milan. He had previously been hospitalized in Lodi for a heart attack, and then transferred to Milan when confirmed as positive. A man 62 years old with existing medical conditions of Castiglione d’Adda died inside. Lombardy governor announced that the number of cases in Lombardy increased to 172, with a total of 229 confirmed in Italy. On February 25, a man of 84 years, a 91-year man and a woman of 83 years of Codogno died of complications caused by infection.
The number of cases in Emilia-Romagna rose to 23, spread through the province, and. This is all related to the cluster Lombardy. A new case associated with the outbreak in Lombardy appear in ,, when a woman of 60 years of positive and treated at the Hospital Cervello. A man 49 years old who have previously visited tested positive Codogno, Tuscany. Officials confirmed that a 72-year female tourist from Castiglione d’Adda positive while he was staying at a hotel. The woman was treated at a hospital. Later in the day, both in Liguria confirmed case, a 54-year-old man who had visited Codogno to work and tested positive. On February 26, a 69-year man from Lodi with pre-existing medical condition died in Emilia-Romagna. The mayor, Pietro Mazzocchi, tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 and undergoing voluntary isolation at home.
additional cases involving six minors were identified in Lombardy. A girl of 4 years of Castiglione d’Adda treated in Pavia, and 15 year old was admitted to the Hospital Seriate Bergamo. Two 10-year-olds from and Lodi tested positive and were repatriated. A 17-year-old child from attending a school in Codogno, and friends of the school, also tested positive. Officials confirmed that a man of 33 years, returning from Codogno on February 24, tested positive and was treated at the Hospital of San Giuseppe Moscati. A close adviser to the governor of Lombardy tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. Although Fontana tested negative, he decided to put himself in preventive isolation as well. Officials in Campania confirmed two new cases. A woman of 24 years, who had visited Milan, tested positive. A Ukrainian woman of 25 years who previously visited Lombardy, tested positive at a hospital. Both were transferred to Domenico Cotugno Hospital in, where they undergo isolation.
On February 26, the woman who had returned from Milan in the days before emergency in Lombardy ranging tested positive for the virus in Catania, Sicily. On February 27, two 88-year-olds and 80-year-old died in Lombardy. Officials confirmed that a 50-year man from, Lombardy tested positive and was admitted to the intensive care unit at the Hospital of Giuseppe Mazzini. He and his family live in the holiday home. On February 28, four people were killed, including a 85-year-old Lombardy resident in one of the quarantine zones in a hospital in Piacenza, 77 years old and the other two over the age of 80. As March 1, 2020, there were 984 confirmed cases and 73 recovery in Lombardy. On March 4, the Minister Emilia-Romagna regional health, Raffaele Donini, and minister of the territory, Barbara Lori, tested positive for COVID-19. The Governor and other members of local government tested negative.
On March 8, the Prime Minister extended the lockdown to cover all the regions of Lombardy and 14 others. On March 10, Prime Minister quarantine lockdown Conte increase to cover the whole of Italy, including a travel ban and a ban on public gatherings.
A group of secondary infections occurred in the Veneto region, initially regarded as the result of farmers who are infected when visiting the main source in Codogno. The farmer was tested, and the next day, tests were confirmed negative.
On February 21, 2020, two people tested positive in Veneto. The next day, one of them, a man of 78 years, died in hospital Schiavonia in, making him the first fatality in Italy. The man living in the municipality, which was put under quarantine.
On February 25, a woman 76 years old with medical conditions that are already dead inside.
On February 26 additional cases involving minors are identified. An 8 year old girl who lives in a positive.
On February 28, Veneto governor Luca Zaia mentioned that after the first two cases, he ordered all 3,300 residents of VO to be tested. 6,800 swabs, 1.7% were confirmed positive. This epidemiological study will be used to investigate outbreaks by.
On February 28, there are 151 confirmed cases in the Veneto, with 70 cases in the municipality vo, including two fatalities.
With the March 14 no new cases were detected in the municipality.
A number of cases have emerged in some areas may be isolated and not associated with clusters of northern Italy.
On February 25, the first case involving a businessman 63 years with the company in Asia who have returned from and on January 6. He tested positive and was treated at the Hospital Santa Maria Annunziata.
The first case involved a 71-year-old man from the back of Romania on February 22. He tested positive and was treated at the Hospital Infermi. A man of 51 years who went to Romania with men also tested positive and undergo self-quarantine at home. On February 26, one of the people with whom he interacts in a positive.
On February 26, confirms that the 26-year-old man living in Florence Norway tested positive and was treated at the Hospital Santa Maria Annunziata. She has lived in for 14 days and returned to Florence five days earlier.
Rhapsody passenger ferry GNV placed under isolation in the port of Genoa with 58 crew members on board after a passenger tested positive for the virus after sailing onboard.
On March 7, the governor and leaders ,, tested positive for COVID-19. The next day, also tested positive.
A US Navy sailor stationed in tested positive on March 6. Health officials in the US military began “thorough contact investigation” to determine whether any other personnel may have been exposed to the virus.
On March 11, it was announced that a footballer has tested positive and to COVID-19.
, in a report on March 18, analyzed data from and found that health workers represent more than 8% of all detected cases of coronavirus.
On January 31, 2020, was appointed head, as special commissioner for emergency COVID 19th.
On February 22, announced a new decision to impose quarantine of more than 50,000 people from 11 different cities. Quarantine zone called the Red Zone and in Lombardy and Veneto regions outside of them is called the Yellow Zone. Penalties for violations range from € 206 fine for three months in prison. And instructed law enforcement agencies to secure and implement the lock.
School closed in ten cities in Lombardy, one in Veneto and one in Emilia Romagna. All public events were canceled and some commercial activities  stopped or allowed to continue only until 06 o’clock all religious services were canceled. Regional rail services to the areas most affected is stopped, with trains skip stops in Codogno, and casalpusterlengo station.
People with symptoms are advised to contact the emergency number, instead of going straight to the hospital, in an effort to limit the spread of the disease. Provided a website and a direct line (1500) where people can get the latest updates and information, as well as the report of suspected cases.
Educational trips to destinations in Italy and abroad suspended. Universities in Lombardy, Veneto, and cease all activities from February 23 to March 1.
On February 22, 2020, to suspend all sporting events in the area and that includes three games of football in the region, as well as one, which will be played the next day. The following week, six Serie A was originally to be played behind closed doors, but all were later suspended, like two games.
Authorities in Veneto cancel the last two days. Authorities in Piedmont canceled last three days of Carnival.
, and in Milan, as well as in, is closed until further notice. A fashion show, scheduled for Sunday, the last day of 2020, went ahead without media or this buyer; it was not broadcast live online.
In addition to the emergency phone number 112 and 118, newly added special number for different regions – Lombardy 800 894 545, 800 909 699, 800 462 340 Veneto, Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna 800 333 444 800033033. The Ocean Viking, rescue ships operated by and carry nearly 300 migrants, quarantined for 14 days in ,. and, the main provider for the Italian high speed train, ordered the installation of hand sanitiser dispensers on all trains as well as the distribution of masks, disposable gloves and disinfectant for all staff members onboard.
Supermarket in Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna cleared by customers as people stockpiled food and supplies. Streets, parks and train stations in several cities in Lombardy was left deserted.
On February 24, an additional 500 police officers assigned to patrol the area quarantined and Veneto. Additional toll free number is added to other areas – 800122121, 800751751, 800500300, 800556060, 800636363, 800936677 and 800 118 800.
Governor ,, instituting a mandatory 14-day quarantine for people who come from areas in northern Italy affected by the outbreak. The Department of Health announced that it has involved 31 laboratories in Italy to analyze swabs of suspected COVID-19 case. Ministers appointed Walter Ricciardi, a member of the ‘s executive committee and former president, as a special adviser to the relationship between the Italian and international health organizations. Filming of starred stopped.
big companies like ,,, and continue to allow employees to work from home. Milan and Rome are installed thermal scanners to measure the temperature of the visitors and employees. Rome carried out temperature checks on visitors entering the building.
Some regions of Italy like, Trentino Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Marche decided to close all schools and universities for two days to a week. court proceedings postponed until further notice.
fell by 6% and other stock market indices across Europe were also affected. More than 300,000 calls per day logged Lombardy toll-free line and emergency number 112. Some residents in the Red Zone managed to leave the quarantined area daily, pass through checkpoints to go through the back roads.
On February 25, closed all schools until February 28th. General issued a travel ban covers areas of Italy affected by outbreaks for US service members and their families. suspended driver’s license exam in Lombardy and Veneto. The number of checkpoints in the Red Zone increased from 15 to 35, and army personnel were sent to help staff the checkpoint.
stop all the championship games, including.
Istituto Tecnico Economico in Enrico Tosi, Istituto Comprensivo in Bologna and Parma Liceo Attilio Bertolucci made lessons to students online while waiting for the school to reopen. Suspended all activities until March 9th.
, and ask the staff Milan them to work from home.
Some of the fairs and exhibitions are rescheduled. Salone del Mobile furniture fair in Milan, was postponed to June 16 to 21. Bologna Children’s Book Fair rescheduled for 04-07 May. Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna, fair cosmetics, was rescheduled for June 11 to 15. Expocasa, furniture fair in Turin, rescheduled for March 28 to April 5. Rome Motodays is postponed 17 the 19th of April.
Italy opened an investigation into soaring prices online for masks and sanitary gel. Police issued a warning that criminals use false identities and posing as a health inspector to gain access to people’s homes to steal money, jewelry and other valuables.
On February 26, High Health Council Director Franco Locatelli announced that swabbing only be performed in symptomatic patients, 95% from the previous swabs tested negative.
,, announced that online learning will be delivered to students in areas affected by the outbreak began on March 2. and closed all schools to 29 February. The installed thermal scanners and keeps all teaching activities as usual. Suspended all medical and health related internships for medical students and health. thesis done mentoring for over a thousand students graduating next week use.
decided to continue with the World Cup alpine ski races Women on February 29. The MIDO Milan Eyewear Show rescheduled for 5 to July 7.
On February 27, closed all schools to 29 February. Some schools were closed in Roseto degli Abruzzi. cease all activities to 29 February. Cartoocomics Fair in Milan rescheduled for October 2 to 4. Winter Rescue Race canceled. planned to set up a long-distance teaching project where exams and lessons will be delivered to students online, for the majority completed on March 2. closed all schools from 29 February to 3 March.
On February 28, during an interview with Professor Massimo Galli Hospital Luigi Sacco, Milan suggest that the majority of new cases recorded are cases of preexisting finally detected during extensive tests performed on people (and families those) who come in contact with confirmed patients. Rapid increase in positive cases are the result of blanket testing approaches that are deployed after the first case was confirmed in Codogno.
The Department of Health announced new guidelines for reporting cases. It will no longer report a case of asymptomatic (positive swabs taken from patients who have no symptoms), which is calculated as 40 to 50% of all cases reported at the time. These people will undergo isolation at home and will be followed up with a new test until they are negative. University in Milan extended their closure until March 7.
On March 1, the Council of Ministers approved the decision to set up detention plague. In the decree, the Italian national territory is divided into three areas:
On March 4, the Italian government imposed a closure of all schools and universities nationwide for two weeks as the country reached 100 deaths from plague. On the same day, the government decided that all sporting events in Italy will be played behind closed doors until 3rd April.
On March 5, when a newly appointed regional minister of health, Raffale Donini, tested positive for COVID-19, Governor Sergio Venturi designated as emergency commissioner. Venturi is a regional minister of health until February 2020.
In the night between 7 and 8 March, the government approved the decision to lock down Lombardy and fourteen other provinces in the Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont and Marche, involving more than 16 million people. The decision “totally avoided any movement in and out of the area” and, like the previous ones, it provides a penalty of up to three months imprisonment for those who break the lock. It’s possible to move in and out of the area only for emergencies or “needs work proved”, which must be passed by. This decision also established the closure of all gyms, swimming pools, spa and fitness center. Shopping centers to be closed on weekends, while other commercial activities can remain open if the distance of one meter between the customer can be guaranteed. The decision is subject to the closing of museums, cultural centers and ski resorts in the area lockdown and closing cinemas, theaters, pubs, dance schools, game room, betting rooms and halls and similar places across the country. Civil and religious ceremonies, including the ceremony, discontinued. All events organized also suspended, as well as events in public or private, including those of culture, recreation, sports and religious nature, even if held in enclosed spaces. This step is described as the biggest lock in the history of Europe, as well as the most aggressive response is taken in every region outside of China, and paralyze the richest part of the country as Italy seeks to limit the rapid spread of the disease.
The riots broke out in many prisons throughout Italy after the restrictions imposed by the government in 8 Decision of March. Nine prisoners died and three, while 76 prisoners escaped from the ‘s prison. Two agents were attacked and abducted in prison. On March 9 in, Dozza control prison inmates, forcing personnel to exit the building. On March 11, two prisoners were found dead in prison Bologna.
On March 9, the government announced that all sports events in Italy will be canceled until at least April 3, but the ban does not include the Italian club or national team that participated in the international competition. At night, Conte announced in a press conference that all the previous steps applied only in the so-called “red zone” has been expanded to the whole country, has about 60 million people in lockdown. Conte then proceeded to formally sign a new executive decree.
On March 11, the government allocated 25 billion euros for emergencies. At night, Conte announced a tightening of lockdown, with all commercial and retail businesses except those that provide essential services, such as shops and pharmacies, were closed. He also appointed Domenico Arcuri as Delegated Commissioner for Emergencies. Arcuri will work closely with the Commissioner with the aim of strengthening the distribution equipment.
On March 15, President of the Campania impose a strict quarantine on, in the province of Avellino, and four other cities in the province of Salerno ,,,, and.
On March 16, President of the Emilia-Romagna Bonaccini strengthened quarantine for the municipality, near Bologna, which is the center of an outbreak of highly evolved. People are not allowed to enter or exit the city for any reason.
On February 22, the government sets a lock to eleven cities in and.
On March 7, the government is ready to extend until 3 April a restricted zone for all of Lombardy, plus fourteen other provinces of Veneto (3), (5), (1) and (5). lockdown affecting more than 16 million people, about a quarter of the total population of Italy, and to prevent anyone from entering or leaving the zone, unless “proven to work needs or situation needs or for reasons of health”, under threat of fines. Nation, which lies between the two provinces, has been effectively locked as well.
On March 9, Prime Minister Conte announced that the lock will be extended to the whole country.
dated February 23, 2020, to stop all the trains to and from for a few hours because of suspected cases. instituting quarantine for people who arrive from Lombardy and Veneto.
On February 24, a flight from Rome to be blocked in by local authorities, which are subject to quarantine or repatriation for 212 passengers Italy. Of the 212 passengers, 172 were allowed to go down while the 40 passengers of Lombardy and Veneto decided to return to Italy. An intercity bus operated by the Milan to be quarantined at the station so that passengers can undergo a medical examination.
Italian added to the list of warning his COVID-19, which means that passengers entering Brazil from Italy showed flu symptoms will undergo a medical examination. ,,,,,,,,,, And the delay issued several recommendations including school trips to Italy, a 14-day quarantine for people who arrive from Lombardy and Veneto and a warning to all citizens not to travel to the Italian territory affected by outbreaks. A joint mission and arrived in Italy to support COVID-19 control and prevention. Following the discovery of cases involving citizens of Italy, H10 Costa Adeje Palace in Tenerife put on lockdown.
‘s Director-General of Personnel, Kristian Knudsen, ask the staff who have traveled to areas affected by COVID the 19th plague, including parts of Italy, China, Singapore, and South Korea, to self-quarantine and work from home for 14 days.
plunged more than 1,000 points – the worst one-day decline in more than two years. And the index also fell by more from the respective 3.3% and 3.7%.
On February 25, and recommended that tourists are coming from Italy self-quarantine for 14 days and for all citizens not to travel to this region of Italy are affected by outbreaks. Malta mounted thermal-scanning devices to monitor passengers arriving through, as well as passengers landed from ships and terminals on the catamaran, which has a direct connection to and in. introduced a special arrival gate for selective screening of passengers arriving on flights from Italy. ,, And stop all flights to and from Italy. stop all flights to and from Milan until March 27th. ,, And issued a travel advisory to all citizens not to travel to parts of Italy affected by outbreaks.
Two intercity buses operated by Flixbus, a trip from Lyon to Google, another trip from Turin to, was stopped at the border of Croatia for a few hours as a passenger to undergo a medical examination.
,,,,,,, and requested that staff who had just returned from Italy to work from home for at least 14 days and suspended non-essential travel to Italy.
On February 26, the European Parliament postponed the internship until October 1 to 35 participants stated residential address in areas affected by COVID the 19th plague, including Lombardy, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Veneto. six American universities – ,,,, and – delayed or canceled study abroad program them in Italy, especially in Florence.
, Spain and issued a recommendation to all citizens not to travel to this region of Italy are affected by outbreaks. prohibited the influx of tourists arriving from Italy.
The chief executive of Philip Browne, canceled rugby match between Ireland and Italy from March 6 to 8 in.
On February 27 barred from traveling to a foreign country of Italy. Officials in refusing to allow 25 foreign nationals arriving in the Ryanair flight from Bergamo to go down. Israeli passengers were allowed to enter the country and quarantined at home for 14 days. Having denied permission to dock in, and, on February 26 ,, operated, can finally anchored in ,. The cruise ship was carrying 4,500 passengers and 1,600 crew members, one of which reportedly showed flu-like symptoms. Another Italian cruise ship ,, were denied permission to dock in, on February 26, was finally able to dock at. The final two stages of canceled after two members of staff Italy one of the teams tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. Following this discovery, W Abu Dhabi and Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi, both, were placed on lockdown.
On February 28, the German put in place security measures to include a new health regulations for air and sea, requiring passengers from several countries, including Italy, reported their health status before entering. Train railway company must report to the authority passengers with symptoms and federal police will increase the examination within 30 kilometers of the border.
On February 29, the United States upgraded the status of Italy to Level 3 (guidance to avoid non-essential travel for the public transmission). Some companies such as ,,,, and suspended all non-essential travel to countries affected by major virus outbreak, including Italy. His ending Roma Program Global Gateway and evacuated 106 students from Rome.
On March 3 stop all visas to nationals of Italy, as well as visas for foreign nationals who have traveled to Italy on or after February 1, 2020. Passengers arriving directly or indirectly from Italy to undergo medical screening at ports of entry.
On March 4 states that people who are traveling from Italy to be quarantined for 14 days after arriving, without exception.
On March 8, states that people who are traveling from Italy to be quarantined for 14 days after arriving in flights or by road, with no exceptions, and suspended flights from Italy from March 9 to March 23.
On March 10 barred from traveling to a foreign country of Italy. On the same day also forbidden to enter a foreign country traveling from Italy with the exception for people with medical documents and people who travel only through Austria into Germany without a stop in Austria.
The Italian government asked for medical devices of EU civil protection mechanism, and on March 11 complainedslow response from other European countries. The Maurizio Massari, wrote: “Unfortunately, not a single European Union countries responding to the call of the Commission.”
Since the beginning of March, the German government restrict the export of products important for national health care. Italian distributor advised they could not be provided with surgical gowns, protective masks, goggles, particulate respirator, or visor. France also impose similar restrictions on exports and the German health minister defended the German decision. On March 12, the German Ministry issued a decree suspending the export restrictions in cases of emergency in particular, and promised to send one million masks to Italy.
On March 13, China sent medicines, including masks and respirators, to Italy, together with a team of Chinese medical staff; The paid products and services.
On March 17, Vice-in, announced the purchase of many new and imported one and a half million mask from.
Some COVID 19 cases have appeared all over the world that seems to have been the result of an infection associated with a cluster of northern Italy. On March 2, 2020, 30 states and territories have confirmed cases that appear to come from Italy.
On February 25, 2020, Algeria confirms first case, a man Italy, Lombardy who arrived in the country on 17 February.
On March 14, the Central African ministers of health announced the first confirmed case in the country, an Italian citizen 74 years who came from Milan.
On the day of Tuesday, March 10 Côte d’Ivoire confirmed the first case, a man Ivorien 45 year old who has been living as a foreigner in Italy.
On March 2, the Moroccan Ministry of Health reported the first case, a man who has been living in Italy.
On February 28, 2020, Nigeria confirms first case, an Italian gentleman positive in Lagos University Teaching Hospital and was admitted at the Infectious Diseases Hospital. He entered Nigeria from Milan on 25 February for a short business visit, then fell ill the next day.
confirmed on 12 March that they were the fifth confirmed case is a Senegalese national who returned from Italy on March 6.
The first two cases confirmed on 14 March. Both people in contact with someone in Italy were positive.
insists that the case is the first of seven South Africans returning from Italy.
Tunisia confirms first case on March 2, 2020, and identifies the patient as a Tunisian who had returned from Italy.
On March 3, Argentina confirmed the first case, a 43-year-old man who arrived in Argentina two days earlier after a trip that included Northern Italy.
Two people who returned from Italy to Bolivia tested positive.
On February 25, Brazil confirms first case, a man 61 years of traveling to Lombardy between 9 and February 21. He showed mild symptoms and quarantined at home.
Cases 21 and 27 in Ontario are people who have traveled to Italy.
On March 5, Chile confirmed a third case, a 56-year-old man who was traveling around Europe and visiting Northern Italy.
The first case in Colombia, confirmed in March, is a person who has traveled to Milan.
On March 11, the Italian traveler carried the virus to other countries yet, with Cuba confirmed that three tourists from Italy were confirmed to have the disease in Trinidad.
On March 1, authorities in the Dominican Republic confirmed its first cases in the country, tourists coming from Italy.
On 13 March, the Guatemalan president announced the country’s first case, a 27-year man returned from a trip to northern Italy.
On February 28, Mexico confirmed the first two cases of COVID-19. A man 35 years old and a 41-year-old man in the northern states who tested positive were held in isolation at a hospital and hotel, respectively. They both traveled to Bergamo and stayed in Italy for a week in mid-February.
On March 2, an adult tested positive for the virus. On March 3, report suspected cases of the virus in a person in his or her 40s in. On March 7, a woman 20 years of tested positive for the virus. All have recently traveled to Italy. Case and the Italian travel connections have also been reported.
InMar 13, Uruguay announced the first four cases, all people arriving from Milan between 3 and 6 of March.
On March 13, Vice President of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, confirmed two cases in this country. One, a 41-year-old woman, had traveled from the United States, Italy, and Spain.
Armenia asserts that the three cases are imported from Italy on 12 March.
On March 11, students born in 1997 tested positive for coronavirus after developing a fever in Italy.
On March 8, Bangladesh confirmed its first cases; both Bangladesh who have returned from Italy and the other is a family member of one of the two returning.
On March 2, the capital of India confirms first case, an Indian national who had returned from Italy. Later on the same day, an Italian tourist who arrived, on 29 February tested positive in the second test after previously tested negative. On March 3, his wife also tested positive.
On March 4, 14 tourists were kept in a quarantine facility in Delhi confirmed positive, and an Indian driver group. An employee at who has returned from a holiday in Italy also tested positive. On March 8, five members of a family in a positive, three of whom have returned from Italy.
On February 27, Israel confirmed that a man who had returned from Italy on February 23 tested positive and was admitted. On February 28, his wife also tested positive.
On March 2, Jordan confirmed that a man in his 30s who had returned from Italy two weeks earlier had tested positive, with other cases of potential under observation.
On March 1, confirmed the first imported case, a 31-year Chinese woman who had worked in a restaurant. On March 2, seven more imported cases confirmed in Qingtian County related to the first case imported. Beijing reported one imported case on March 3, four on March 5, three on March 6, one on March 7, and five in March. On March 4 ,, Zhejiang confirmed two new cases of import from Italy. On March 10, confirmed two new cases of import from Italy. They were in the original and working in Italy. Also confirms first cases imported from Italy. On March 11, confirming the first case of imported, who lives in Italy. On March 12, Shanghai confirmed one more imported cases. On March 13, Shanghai confirmed four more imported cases. On March 14, Shanghai confirmed one more imported cases, and Beijing also confirmed one more imported case of Italy. On March 15, Beijing confirmed two more imported cases, and Shanghai also confirmed one more. On March 16, Shanghai and independently confirming a case of more is imported from Italy.
On February 28, Malaysia asserted that the 54-year-old Italian who is married to a Malaysian positively tested and treated. He was in Italy February 15 to 21 to work.
The first case of the Maldives two staff at Kuredu Island Resort who caught the disease from an Italian tourist who had returned to Italy and tested positive there.
Recorded case of patients who have traveled to Milan.
On March 14, Saudi Arabia announced 17 new cases, including some residents who recently traveled to Italy.
136 cases have been traveling to Italy.
On February 28, South Korea insists that the man who lived 38 years in visiting Milan from February 19 to 24 admitted to Seoul Medical Center.
Like the nearby Maldives, Sri Lanka is also influenced by a group of Italian travelers who are infected, which pass on the disease for the 52-year-old tour guide on their visit to the island nation.
On March 5, Thailand announced that the 44th and 45th confirms the case, Italian 29-year and 42-year-old Thailand, has arrived in Thailand from Italy on March 2. Both were admitted in.
On February 28, two members of staff to Italy, the cycling event, tested positive.
Case 17 has traveled to Italy (as well as French and English).
On March 9, a 54-year-old man and his son 28 years old, who had traveled from Florence to Albania by car, a confirmed positive. Three others from the family of the boy suspected of having the virus. Another Albanian who had gone to Italy for a one-day trip is suspected.
On March 2, Andorra registered the first case, a 20-year-old man who had been to Milan.
On February 25, Austria confirmed the first two cases, A 24 years old man and a 24-year-old woman from Lombardy visiting their hometown of Bergamo, tested positive and was treated at a hospital in ,.
On February 27, the positive partner and their two children who showed symptoms of hospitalized Kaiser-Franz-Josef. previous family vacation in Lombardy. On February 28, one of the children, a boy aged 15 years, tested positive.
Nine patients who were diagnosed with the virus had traveled from northern Italy. Belgium has confirmed that there is much more and that Italy is the source of most of his cases.
A case is confirmed as having been imported from Italy.
A man who worked in Italy transmitted the virus to her child.
– On March 8 Bulgaria confirmed the first two cases.
On February 25, Croatia confirmed the first case, a 26-year-old man who has been living in Milan between 19 and February 21 and hospitalized in the Hospital Dr. Fran Mihaljević University of Infectious Diseases.
On February 26, the twin brother of the man tested positive and was treated at the same hospital. A man who worked in Croatia, Italy also tested positive and was treated at a hospital.
One of the first two cases have trip history to Milan.
On March 1, the Czech Republic confirmed the first three cases. As of March 8, 24 of the 31 confirmed cases in the country has links to Italy, which leads the government to institute mandatory quarantine for all those with a history of a recent trip to Italy.
On February 27, Denmark confirmed the first case, a man who has returned from a skiing holiday in, and tested and quarantined at home.
On February 28, a man who has returned from a skiing holiday in northern Italy on February 15 positively in Copenhagen and placed in home quarantine.
On February 29, an employee who has been to a conference in Munich, Germany, where he met an infected person from Italy, tested positive. On March 3, five people who have returned from northern Italy tested positive.
On March 3, Estonia confirmed the second case of a patient who had arrived on February 29 from Bergamo and traveling through. Two other Estonian passengers from the same flight and one returning from Bergamo came through Tallinn tested positive in 5 cases confirmed in March.Two on March 10: The patient had been in contact with team members during the match held in Saaremaa on the 4th and 5th of March. On the 9th of 5 stars Mar Milan player has been diagnosed with a fever before the league match. Infected in Saaremaa including CEO volleyball club.
On February 26, Finland confirmed that a Finnish woman who had visited Milan and back in Finland on February 22 positive.
On February 28, a Finnish woman who had traveled to northern Italy tested positive at the Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital and placed in home isolation.
On February 25, the French insist that a man of 64 years who had returned from a trip to Lombardy on February 15 positive and treated at the Center Hospitalier Annecy-Genevois ,. His wife also tested positive and was treated at the same hospital.
On February 26, 2020, a 36-year-old man who has made several trips to Lombardy tested positive and were treated at the Nouvel Hôpital Civil ,.
On February 27, 2020, a daughter and a friend from an infected partner from La Balme-de-sillingy positively confirmed. An Italian man who lived in the newly returned from Italy was admitted to the Center Hospitalier Universitaire. Someone who has traveled to Italy treated ,.
On February 28, 2020, two brothers from an infected partner from La Balme-de-sillingy tested positive. A 23-year fashion students from the newly returned from Milan tested positive at Nice University Hospital Center and treated Hôpital l’Archet.
On February 25, 2020, Germany confirmed that a 25-year man from, who had just returned from Milan tested positive and were treated at the Clinic am Eichert.
On February 26, 2020, 24-year-old boyfriend at the man and his father 60 years, a chief physician at the University Hospital Tübingen, tested positive and was treated at the same hospital. A man of 32 years, Baden-Württemberg who have visited Codogno with his family on February 23 positive and admitted to hospital for isolation.
On February 27, confirmed thin men of tested positive after contact with an Italian man who later tested positive. Baden-Württemberg confirmed that two women and a man on and, respectively, tested positive. They have contacts with Italian participants at the meeting on a positive business in Italy. A man of that has had contact with a girlfriend from Göppingen patients also tested positive.
On February 28, a man of who have traveled to positively tested and undergo isolation. A man from was admitted to. A 32-year man in who was in Milan on February 21, fell ill and hospitalized.
On February 28, 2020, Georgia confirmed that a 31-year old Georgian woman who had traveled to Italy tested positive and was admitted at the Infectious Diseases Hospital.
On February 26, 2020, Greece confirms first case, a woman of 38 years who have recently visited northern Italy and cared for.
On February 27, his son 9 years tested positive and was treated at the same hospital. A 40-year woman from Athens who have traveled to Italy tested positive.
On February 28, a woman 36 years old from Athens who recently traveled to Italy tested positive. Both were treated at the University General Hospital Attikon.
Three of the seven cases in Hungary reported to date associated with Italy.
On February 28, 2020, Iceland confirmed the first case, a man of Iceland in their 50s who had previously been to Northern Italy and placed in solitary confinement inside.
On March 5, a total of 34 cases have been confirmed in Iceland, which is mostly imported cases of Italy.
On February 27, 2020, the first case of Ireland confirmed. Male patient had traveled to the affected areas in northern Italy. The second, related case was confirmed on 3 March, a woman in the eastern part of Ireland who have traveled to Italy.
On March 2, Latvia confirmed the first case, someone who had traveled from Milan to Munich and then on February 29.
On 28 February, Lithuania’s first confirmed case, a 39-year-old woman who arrived from.
the nation’s second and fourth cases are people who have traveled to Italy.
An Italian 12 years of bringing the infection to Malta.
On March 7, Moldova confirmed the first case, a 48-year-old woman who had returned from. Moldova confirmed imported cases of diseased Italy on 11 March.
On February 27, the Netherlands confirms first case, a man who has been in Milan and taken to the hospital Elisabeth-TweeSteden in.
On February 28, a woman from visiting Lombardy is in isolation at home.
On February 26, North Macedonia confirmed the first case, a woman who tested positive at the Clinic for Infectious Diseases ,. She has lived in Italy for a month and had been sick for two weeks. After returning to North Macedonia, he immediately reported to the clinic.
On February 27, Norway confirmed that two people who tested positive were associated with outbreaks in Italy. They were quarantined at home.
On February 28, an individual from Bergen and employees tested positive and were placed in home isolation. Both have been visiting Northern Italy.
On March 6, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health reported that 79 of the 113 confirmed cases in Norway associated with outbreaks in northern Italy.
Of the country’s first five cases, two from Italy, two from Germany and one from England.
On March 2, a doctor who had traveled to northern Italy and became ill on 29 February confirmed positive in the Hospital de São João in. On March 4, a 44-year-old man who had traveled to Italy confirmed positive in the same hospital.
On February 26, Romania confirmed the first case, a man from who tested positive after contact with a male 71-year-old from Italy. Italian man visiting his wife’s family and had several business meetings in Romania February 18 to 22. Romanian man was admitted to the National Institute of Infectious Diseases Prof. Dr. Matei Bals in.
On February 28, a man 45 years of which have been returned from Italy on February 25, was treated at the Clinic of Infectious Diseases, and then transferred to. A 38-year-old woman who had returned from the positive Bergamo treated at a hospital.
On March 3, 47-year-Parents who had traveled on the same plane with a woman 38 years positively confirmed and treated at the same hospital.
The majority of confirmed cases in Romania related to Italy.
On March 2, a Russian citizen who has returned from Italy diagnosed.
On February 27, the San Marino confirmed the first case, a man 88 years with medical conditions that already exist are hospitalized Rimini.
On March 6, Serbia registered the first case, a 43-year-old man who has been to Budapest and Italy. At least one other case has been to Italy.
A man without symptoms who have traveled to Venice between 14 and 15 Feb transmitted the virus to his father and his wife.
Many cases Slovenia related to Italy, including the nation’s first case.
On February 24, the 69-year doctor of Lombardy who have been holidaying in since 17 Feb positive. A man of 25 years returned from a vacation in Italy also tested positive.
On February 25, the doctor’s wife from Lombardy tested positive and was treated at the same hospital where her husband was being treated. A 36-year-old woman living in Italy who have visited Bergamo and Milan from February 12 to 22 also tested positive. A man of that recently traveled to Milan tested positive and was treated at the Hospital Universitario de La Plana. A man of 24 years who recently returned from northern Italy tested positive and cared for.
On February 26, two Italian tourists who were vacationing with Lombardy doctor and his wife also tested positive. This group was transferred to the University Hospital of Nuestra Senora de Candelaria and undergo quarantine. A 22-year old man from Barcelona who travel to Milan between 22 and 25 Feb tested positive and was treated at the Hospital Clinic. A woman from traveling to Italy between 4 and 8 Feb tested positive and was treated at the Hospital de La Gomera in Tenerife.
On February 27, a man 44 years of working as a sports reporter and had to travel to Milan Siro Stadium on February 19 to watch a football match positive and treated at the Hospital Clinico. Two other people with whom he was in contact also tested positive and was treated at the same hospital. Two people who have visited the same football match in Milan hospitalized in the same place. A woman who had visited Milan treated at the Hospital de Sagunto, Valencia. An Italian student studying in Valencia who have visited Northern Italy was treated at the Hospital Universitario Doctor Peset. A woman 22 years of Tenerife who have traveled to Italy from February 19 to 25 were taken to the Hospital Clinic. A 18-year Italian student studying at IE University, who recently returned from Milan, was treated at the Hospital General de Segovia.
On February 28, a man of 27 years with a history of past trips to Milan tested positive.
On February 26, Sweden confirmed that a 30-year man who previously visited northern Italy fell ill three days after returning to Sweden and was admitted.
On February 27, three patients in their 30s were confirmed positive. Two of them have been in contact with patients Gothenburg, while others have previously visited Italy.
On February 28, a man in his 50s who had returned from northern Italy on February 24 tested positive and was treated at a hospital.
On February 25, Switzerland confirms first case, a man 70 years in the canton who have previously visited Milan.
On February 27, a 28-year IT workers from recently returned from Milan tested positive and cared for. Two children on holiday in Italy tested positive and were hospitalized. A man 26 years in which to visit Verona on a business trip the week before tested positive and were hospitalized. A 30-year-old woman who visited Milan treated at a hospital. A young woman who had traveled to Milan tested positive. He works for a daycare center, and after his tests confirmed, children in daycare were put into quarantine two weeks. On February 28, his partner, a man 23 years, also tested positive. On February 29, the man’s mother also tested positive.
On February 28, 45-year-man who has traveled to Milan tested positive.
On March 3, Ukraine confirms first case, aMen who had traveled from Italy by plane to the city of Romania and then to Ukraine by car with his wife.
On February 27, the United confirmed that a patient who has visited Milan tested positive and was admitted. reported the first case, an adult who had traveled from northern Italy through Dublin and were treated at the Royal Victoria Hospital.
On February 28, reported the first case, a patient who has come back from northern Italy treated at a specialist unit in England.
At least one case had a history of travel to Italy.
On March 4, the New Zealand Ministry of Health confirms second case, a woman in her 30s who returned to Auckland from Northern Italy.
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