COVID-19 Italy: 60 Million On Lockdown. Must Stay Home. Police Enforced Quarantine CA Neighborhood

Italy in national coronavirus lockdown, 60 million told to ‘stay at home’ because of COVID-19 risk. Movement across Italy will be sharply restricted in a dramatic new clampdown aimed at halting the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has said.

Key points:
Italy reported 97 deaths overnight, bringing the national toll to 463
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte told Italians to "stay at home"
Italians will only be able to travel for work, medical reasons or emergencies until April 3
Mr Conte told reporters that measures introduced just two days ago in much of the north were no longer enough.

He said they would have to be extended to the whole country from Tuesday.

"Stay at home," he said.

Mr Conte said the country’s 60 million people would only be able to travel for work, medical reasons or emergencies until April 3.

Top Trump infectious disease expert says Italy-style lockdown ‘possible’ in US regions

President Donald Trump’s top infectious disease expert told Fox News that regional travel bans are possible in the U.S. to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

In an interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday, Fox News host Chris Wallace asked if the Trump administration would follow the lead of Italy with a regional ban on travel in areas with high concentrations of COVID-19 infections.

“Anything is possible,” Fauci admitted. “We have to be realistic. I don’t think it would be as draconian as nobody in or nobody out. But if we continue to get cases like this, particularly at the community level, there will be what we call ‘mitigation,’ where we have to essentially do social distancing, keep people out of crowded places, take a look at seriousness, do you really need to travel, and I think it’s particularly important among the most vulnerable.”

Police Enforce Quarantine On Residential Block After Man Dies Of Virus

Law enforcement officers enforced the first-known quarantine of a block where a man lived after he died of coronavirus
Rocklin, CA – Dozens of law enforcement officers swarmed a residential neighborhood in Placer County on Thursday and enforced a quarantine order on the entire block.

“Head back inside,” a sheriff’s deputy ordered residents via loudspeaker when people started poking their heads out to investigate the chaos happening on their street on March 5, KMAX reported.

Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies and Rocklin police officers wearing protective gloves shut down the street as a sheriff’s department helicopter buzzed overhead.

“Law enforcement partners are currently responding to enforce a health officer’s order. We cannot share any additional information to protect patient confidentiality,” the Placer County Health Department said shortly after news of the police-enforced quarantine broke in the local press.

Police-enforced quarantine hits Calif. residential block after man’s coronavirus death

ROCKLIN, Calif. (KMAX/KOVR/CNN) – Sacramento County Sheriff deputies and Rocklin Police, some wearing protective gloves, converged on a residential street Thursday as a sheriff’s helicopter circled overhead, ordering people to get inside.

People who live there were unclear why. Officers eventually let them come and go from their homes.

It was later learned that the first California coronavirus patient to die from the illness lived on this block.

The Placer County Health Department issued a brief statement shortly after the police presence, stating: “Law enforcement partners are currently responding to enforce a health officer’s order. We cannot share any additional information to protect patient confidentiality.”

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