Coronavirus News: New Kovid Virus Measures in Italy, Paris, London

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Millions of people across Europe faced more restrictions on their movement as they prepared in Italy. The new measures and London and Paris implemented strict traction, in a desperate effort to investigate the increase in cases of coronovirus.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte closes at 10 pm, to ban some sports activities and to change hours for high schools, according to officials in his government, who ask not to be identified in line with his policy. And can order restaurants. He is set to announce his plans on Sunday night. The country reported a record 11,705 new cases on Sunday, up from 10,000 marking the third day’s cases.

Switzerland will require masks in public Simon locations on Monday, prohibiting the gathering of more than 15 people, President Simmeta Sommogug said. In London, people banned mingling with other people in the home, while in Paris and eight other French cities, residents are imprisoned in the home for four weeks between 9am and 6pm.

Belgium has the highest number of cases per capita in Europe except the Czech Republic, with the government announcing plans for new sanctions across the country from Monday. Ireland is set to approve strict measures on Monday.