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Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Milan's Salone del Mobile is Postponed Until June

Milan's annual furniture fair Salone del Mobile will be postponed until June as Italy grapples with a coronavirus outbreak. The show's organizers announced the decision on Tuesday in response to growing concern about the spreading virus. Italy currently has the highest number of confirmed cases in Europe, with over 200 in Lombardy, the region where Milan is. Originally scheduled to take place from April 21 to 26, the fair will now be held from June 16 to 21. "Following an extraordinary meeting t...
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CDC Issues Warnings on Virus; Markets Take Hit: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak at home that could lead to significant disruptions of daily life, though the warnings were downplayed by the White House. Congress was told that there’s shortage of masks needed for health workers if one occurs.New cases were reported in Europe, prompting worries of a widening outbreak there. Iran reported a total of 15 deaths, the most fatalities outside China, and a top hea...
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Opinion analysis: In international custody dispute, justices uphold order for return of child to Italy

The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction requires that a child who is abducted from her “habitual residence” be returned to that country, so that the courts there can resolve any custody issues between the child’s parents. As a result of this “automatic return” rule, the determination of the child’s “habitual residence” can be a key decision for U.S. courts reviewing cases brought under the Hague Convention. Today the Supreme Court agreed unanimously that courts...
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Why The Coronavirus Isn’t A Pandemic

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Darko Bandic/AP/Shutterstock (10566897b) A health worker wears protective suit at the infectious disease clinic in Zagreb, Croatia, where the first coronavirus case in Croatia is hospitalized, . Croatia confirmed its first case of coronavirus in a man who had been to Milan, the capital of Lombardy, Italy Virus Outbreak, Zagreb, Croatia – 25 Feb 2020 Since coronavirus was first detected in Wuhan, China on December 31, 2019, it has taken over headlines. And with a...
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The Terrifying Reality of Trump’s Coronavirus Promise

As U.S. officials worked to shatter international records by sending a vaccine for the new, deadly coronavirus to phase one clinical trials, they also urged Americans to prepare for the worst.Meanwhile, experts poked new holes in the federal response so far to an illness that appeared to be on the cusp of a major national outbreak.There were 57 total confirmed cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus in the United States at last count on Tuesday morning, according to Nancy Messonnier, director of the...
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CDC Tells Americans to Start Readying for Outbreak: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak at home that could lead to significant disruptions of daily life, though the warnings were downplayed by the White House. Congress was told that there’s shortage of masks needed for health workers if one occurs.New cases were reported in Europe, prompting worries of a widening outbreak there. Iran reported a total of 15 deaths, the most fatalities outside China, and a top hea...
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U.S. Short on Stockpiled Masks; Gilead Drug Trials: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- Iran reported a total of 15 deaths from the outbreak, the most fatalities outside China, and a top health official tested positive. Italy reported a surge in infections and Spanish police isolated 1,000 people at an island resort.The U.S. said its short on the number of masks needed for health workers in case of an outbreak. Chinese President Xi Jinping said the country was confident of limiting the impact. Earlier on Tuesday, South Korea reported 84 new infections for a total tal...
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Italian Arts Venues Close And Venice Carnival Is Cancelled As Measures To Contain Coronavirus

Across northern Italy from Venice to Milan, theatres, cinemas, museums, and opera houses (including La Scala) have been ordered to stop operations for a week as cases of the disease spread. – Hyperallergic
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Coronavirus news: Tenerife hotel in lockdown as tourists tested – live updates

H10 Costa Adeje Palace hotel on lockdown after Italian tourist tests positive for virusFull story: 1,000 guests at hotel quarantinedSouth Korea: 200,000 sect members to be testedStocks fall as virus fears hit global marketsTell us: have you been affected by the coronavirus?What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms? 11.30am GMT Italian authorities are investigating the skyrocketing online prices for hygienic masks and sanitising gels after the coronavirus outbreak in norther...
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Outbreak in Northern Italy Poses National Challenge

China appears to be getting the disease under control, but rapidly expanding outbreaks in Iran, South Korea, and Italy are raising fears of a broader epidemic. Milan, usually buzzing with activity, is eerily quiet.
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Coronavirus cases spike in South Korea and Italy, sparking new fears

Less than a month after world leaders told the public that the coronavirus would be contained quickly and swiftly, the virus has not only escaped mainland China but has also wreaked havoc throughout other Asian countries and claimed lives around the world.On Feb. 14, an 80-year Chinese tourist died in a hospital in Paris, the first coronavirus death outside of Asia. At the time, the man's life was the fourth claimed by the virus outside of mainland China.As of Feb. 24, the virus, officially ...
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Coronavirus outbreak in Italy effect

Italy has confirmed more than 200 cases of the novel coronavirus, making it the most-affected country in Europe and sparking travel advisories as far away as Ireland. Authorities in northern Italy, where the majority of the cases have been confirmed, are on a hunt to find the original source and to contain the outbreak from spreading further across the country. CNN reported five deaths from the coronavirus in Italy, where the majority of cases are in the northern region of Lombardy. The cit...
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Italy’s Far-Right Seeks to Gain from Coronavirus Outbreak

As Italy scrambles to contain the largest coronavirus outbreak outside of Asia, the country’s powerful far-right opposition party has used the virus to attack its fragile government, attempting to tie COVID-19’s spread to wider issues of border controls and migration. The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 surged in Italy over the weekend from three on Friday to more than 200 on Monday morning. The rapid spread, so far confined to the country’s north, has raised international fears that ...
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Dazed Italy Bickers and Seeks Reason for Coronavirus Spread

(Bloomberg) -- Stunned by Europe’s biggest surge of the coronavirus, Italy appears to be operating in near panic mode.The government imposed a lockdown on an area of 50,000 people near Milan, authorities canceled the remaining days of the Venice Carnival, and universities closed. The Chinatown area in Prato near Florence saw many small businesses close as Chinese nationals voluntarily remained at home for two-week periods.Matteo Salvini, leader of the League party, used the outbreak to attack Pr...
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Transfer rumours: Ibrahimovic, Smalling, Tuchel, White, Kostic

Ibrahimovic has automatic renewal clause in Milan contract, Roma want to sign Smalling and Mkhitaryan permanently, Reds watch defender White, plus more.
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Europe Confronts Coronavirus as Italy Battles an Eruption of Cases

The country announced more than 150 cases, many in the densely populated region around Milan, as officials closed schools and canceled Venice’s carnival celebrations.
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Philipp Plein brings a show of excess to Milan Fashion Week 2020

The recent outbreak of the coronavirus near Milan compelled Giorgio Armani to cancel his Sunday presentation — but there was no stopping Philipp Plein, whose Saturday evening show pulled out all the stops. A gilded fighter jet, boat, cars and even helicopters emblazoned with the Philipp Plein logo were stationed around the runway, lending the...
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Transfer rumours: Zlatan, Smalling, Mkhitaryan, Phillips, Kostic

Milan's clause for veteran striker, Roma keen to secure Premier League duo, plus more.
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Italy rushes to contain Europe's first major virus outbreak

Italy scrambled Sunday to check the spread of Europe's first major outbreak of the new viral disease amid rapidly rising numbers of infections and a third death, calling off the popular Venice Carnival, scrapping major league soccer matches in the stricken area and shuttering theaters, including Milan's legendary La Scala.
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Italy Battles to Contain Europe’s First Major Outbreak of Coronavirus

The country announced nearly 150 cases, many in the densely populated region around Milan, as officials closed schools and canceled Venice’s carnival celebrations.
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The Techlash Comes to Milan. So Does the Coronavirus Fear.

It’s been an unsettling end to the Italian season, but at Marni and Bottega Veneta, antidotes were in the offing.
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Raf Simons joins Prada as co-creative director

Belgian designer will work alongside Miuccia Prada, with first joint collection due in SeptemberPrada has always been a brand that dictates the rest of fashion. That tradition was stepped up in Milan on Sunday with a groundbreaking announcement at the brand’s headquarters. Designer Raf Simons is to work alongside Miuccia Prada. The two will be co-creative directors.They are two of the most influential designers in fashion, which makes this an unprecedented alpha alliance – the fashion equivalent...
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Authorities Stop Venice’s Famed Carnival Events in Effort to Contain Italy’s Spread of COVID-19

(CODOGNO, Italy) — Scrambling to contain the rapidly soaring number of new coronavirus infections in northern Italy, authorities on Sunday stepped up measures to ban public gatherings, including stopping Venice’s famed carnival events, which has drawn tens of thousands of revelers to a region that is now in the heart of the outbreak. “The ordinance is immediately operative and will go into effect at midnight,” announced Veneto regional Gov. Luca Zaia, whose area includes Venice. Carnival, w...
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Italy hit by largest coronavirus outbreak outside Asia – video

Giuseppe Conte says cases of the the Covid-19 virus in Italy have risen dramatically in the past two days. The prime minister told a press conference Italy would not try to suspend the Schengen treaty as such a measure would be disproportionate.Schools in Milan will be closed, however, and people will not be allowed in and out of affected areas. Social and sporting events in Lombardy and Veneto have also been cancelled. As of Sunday morning, there were 89 confirmed coronavirus cases in Lombardy ...
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Coronavirus outbreak: special powers enacted in Italy after deaths – live news

Number of cases in north of the country jumps causing disruption to Milan fashion week and Serie A matches 10.41am GMT More than 100 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Italy, as numbers continued to rise on Sunday following government measures to limit the spread of the outbreak.The governor of Italy’s northern Lombardy region, Attilio Fontana, said cases of the illness in his area had risen in a day from 54 to 89, with total cases in the country now at more than 100.In an emergenc...
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Coronavirus Explodes in Italy, Threatening Europe. Can It Be Contained?

ROME—The word quarantine comes from 17th-century Venetian dialect for 40 days, which was the amount of time ships had to wait in isolation before entering certain Italian ports during the pandemic known as the Black Death. Now the word is being used again in Italy, applied to the  government’s draconian reaction as the coronavirus and the disease known as COVID-19 appear to be hitting the country with a vengeance. More than 50,000 Italians living in 10 communities are literally locked down, faci...
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This Cool Color Trend Is Taking Over Fashion Month

If color trends were like the beloved offspring in the grand family of fashion, then the attendees of Milan Fashion Week have a very obvious favorite child. The street style scene has been dipped in various tones of this shade and, like Billie Eilish’s hair (that's a clue!), we couldn't be more into it. After days of monitoring the stylish behaviors of Milan's impeccably dressed show-goers, we're declaring green the official color of the season and there's nothing Grinch-like about it. We’ve spo...
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Italian Towns Locked Down Following 2 COVID-19 Deaths and a Surge of Cases

(CODOGNO, Italy) — A dozen towns in northern Italy effectively went into lockdown Saturday after the deaths of two people infected with the new virus from China and a growing cluster of cases with no direct links to the origin of the outbreak abroad. The secondary contagions prompted local authorities in the Lombardy and Veneto regions to close schools, businesses and restaurants and to cancel sporting events and Masses. The mayor of Milan, the business capital of Italy, shuttered public of...
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Marni blends old and new fabrics looking for beauty in leftovers

Milan fashion week seeks low-waste ways to combine fashion and sustainabilityThat eccentricity has become a bankable commodity – even within the traditionally molto sexy world of Italian fashion – was proven on at Milan fashion week on Friday, when Marni’s creative director took his post-show bow wearing a giant rabbit’s head.Nonconformity has always been part of the deal at the brand, which is famous for the jolie-laide aesthetic of thick-soled sandals, highly-patterned skirts and sculptural ea...
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