Italian military has locked down a nine-storey squat, where 18 people share one toilet, after residents tested positive.
Some restrictions, on timber companies and bookshops, have been lifted, but others remain shuttered.
Italy shut ports as a ‘safety’ measure but people fleeing war and persecution continue to arrive, upsetting some locals.
A new decree aims to help stem coronavirus infection after the death toll jumped by almost 800 in one day.
Hospitalised coronavirus patients cannot see their families and, as funerals are banned, final goodbyes must wait.
As cases jump and deaths surge, the national health system is struggling with a lack of space, resources and staff.
In a drastic attempt to curb the epidemic, Italy limits the movement of a quarter of its population until April 3.
Nearly 6,000 test positive for novel coronavirus as the southern European nation struggles to contain outbreak.
Anger mounts as Italian companies found illegally delivering waste to Southeast Asia in move that risks locals’ health.
Enactment of Salvini’s anti-migrant decree could push vulnerable asylum seekers onto streets of Italy.