Health Italy's coronavirus death toll jumps from 168 to 631

Italy’s coronavirus death toll jumps from 168 to 631

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The death toll from coronavirus outbreak in Italy has jumped from 168 to 631, a drastic 36% increase, the Civil Protection Agency announced.

The total number of cases, on the other hand, rose from 9,172 to 10,149, in increase of 10.7%.

Of those infected, 1,004 patients have already fully recovered.

As the coronavirus spreads in the Italy, many shops and restaurants have closed and hundreds of commercial flights have been cancelled. The streets are also seen empty as the local government announced nationwide lockdown.

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