Italy’s Coronavirus Death Toll Jumps 25 Percent in One Day to 1,809

The country recorded 368 new deaths on Sunday, March 15th. The number of positive cases increased to 24,747, with 3,590 new cases.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Italy recorded 368 new deaths related to the new coronavirus in 24 hours, which raises the number of fatalities to 1,809 in the country, the most affected in Europe, according to a report released on Sunday, March 15th by the Civil Protection.

As on Saturday, March 14th, the number of infected people also increased, with 3,590 new cases in 24 hours, almost 100 more than the increase over the previous day, bringing the total to almost 25,000.

The northern region of Lombardy, where Milan is located, remains the most affected, with 1,218 . . .

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