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Is it safe to travel to Italy after the coronavirus outbreak?

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Parts of Italy have been hit by a coronavirus outbreak
Parts of Italy have gone into lockdown after the number of cases of Covid-19 soared in just a few days.
The coronavirus - which was first detected in Rome at the end of January - has claimed two lives in the country, with more than 100 cases reported in the northern regions of Lombardy and neighbouring Veneto.
With the sudden spread of the virus in the region, is it still safe to travel to Italy?
Here's how the situation is looking...
Is it safe to travel to Italy?
The Foreign Office travel advice has not currently advised against...
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