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Why was Lombardy hit harder than Italy's other regions?

One year ago   |   By The Guardian

It is Italy's richest province yet Covid-19 spread lethally through Lombardy and residents want answers Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage On 20 January, a 64-year-old woman visited Irven Mussi, a GP in Milan, suffering from flu-like symptoms that wouldn't let up. It was three days before two Chinese tourists landed at Milan's Malpensa airport and 11 days before they tested positive for Covid-19 in Rome, becoming Italy's first confirmed cases. Mussi was not the only doctor in Lombardy to notice a “strange pneumonia” in patients around the same period, with some...
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