Workers with protective face mask in a market on March 10, 2020 in Trento, Italy. The Italian Government has taken the unprecedented measure of a nationwide lockdown, limiting peoples movements only for work or health reasons.
More than 10,000 people have now been confirmed to have the coronavirus in Italy as a national lockdown remains in place, with even tougher measures being considered.
Italy’s Civil Protection Chief and Coronavirus Emergency Commissioner Angelo Borrelli said Tuesday that 45% of those that have died were aged between 80 and 89, and 32% were in their seventies, 14% were over 90, 8% were in their sixties and 2% were aged between 50 to 59.
Italy’s government has imposed measures to try to stop the spread of the virus with a national lockdown in place, restricting the movement and…