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  • turn next tonight on this live 2020 to Europe to Italy because health officials in this country are studying what they're seeing their what they're seeing in France.

  • We heard that from Dr Fauci earlier in Italy.

  • In fact, they have more doctors and more hospital beds per capita than what we have even right here in the U.

  • S.

  • So we'll drill down on that as well.

  • And tonight, the Vatican, now revealing a bishop who recently met with the pope, has now tested positive.

  • Tonight, at least 349 gets reported in just the last 24 hours and Italy alone.

  • The images are haunting.

  • You've seen them France, Spain and Germany now locking down their countries, and NBC's James Loman.

  • Tonight from London, Italy has now had nearly 28,000 cases with more than 2100 deaths, and as a toll surges across the continent, Europe is now the epicenter of the cove.

  • It 19 crisis.

  • More cases are now being reported every day, then were reported in China at the highest off it's epidemic.

  • And now Italy's health service, one of the best in the world, is overwhelmed.

  • Now we're starting to discharge many patients, and this is very good.

  • But the Sooners we discharge efficient.

  • We received another one.

  • You admissions seen intense outside hospitals to stop the spread inside thousands now fighting for their lives and their dignity.

  • I kill the North threat.

  • We are almost at the same level as an emergency ward, says nurse Alberto Point Ellie at this tent hospital in breast, He says the main issue is the fear, impatient to test positive, having to calm them, reassure them and give them a plan they can trust.

  • There can be no funerals in Italy, only names in the paper pages and pages of obituaries for those claimed by Corona.

  • The dead lay to rest unaccompanied.

  • They're mourning families, some of the millions still stuck at home.

  • But Italy may have acted too late.

  • Perhaps not strongly enough.

  • First, South Korea was hit around the same time, but has recorded just 75 deaths.

  • Europe holds its breath to avoid infection today, issuing a 30 day bound on a ll non essential travel to the U.

  • The European effort, though, is not coordinated, but America's closest ally, Britain, slower than others, only today advising people to stay home.

  • We need people to start working from home where they possibly can.

  • Wealth health organization advice is more direct, not quarantine alone, not social distancing alone.

  • Do it all back in Italy, Easter service is disrupted The pope's solo vigil offering up prayers on behalf of millions.

  • And every night tributes are laid down for their frontline heroes.

  • We lit up candles every night.

  • We wanna pay on invisible but strong homage to all the doctors and nurses There are constantly working to help us here.

  • Just incredible images from overseas.

  • And we're gonna continue to follow that and bring back in.

  • Dr Jen Ashton, who's with us?

  • And we were talking about this on world news tonight.

  • Just the numbers when you compare with Italy and take a look at these numbers at home because in Italy they actually have Maur doctors per person there than we have here in the U.

  • S.

  • Four per 1000 in Italy versus 2.6 per 1000 here at home.

  • Then, when it comes to hospital beds, they have more hospital beds per capita than we do 34 for every 10,000 people they're here in the U s.

  • We have about 29 beds for 10,000 people.

  • Jen.

  • Authorities have been saying that when it comes to what you're seeing in Italy and what you're seeing in France, that they're about two weeks ahead of the wave that will see here.

  • So what does that tell you?

  • Well, that's exactly why you're hearing Dr Fauci say we are behind.

  • We have to take aggressive steps now so that down the road someone can say we've done too much.

  • Really.

  • Time is of the essence when you're dealing with a virus like this.

  • The other interesting thing, David, about Italy in particular, they have a different culture and society in style of living that then we do.

  • They tend to have multi generations living together with a lot of contact, and they tend to have an older population.

  • And I think that's why you're seeing some of the severity there.

  • Yeah, the cultural norms.

  • It's just heartbreaking when you hear that they can have funerals.

  • They're just doing announcements in the newspapers there because they're in the throes of such a horrible, horrible moment in their nation's history.

  • I want to bring in Dr Vinod Kumar because What many viewers at home don't realize is that we have a medical team that helps to support Dr Jen on the air every single day here and one of the things that we saw from over the weekend, when you hear that we're two weeks behind, what we're seeing in France and Italy is the social distancing and the lack thereof.

  • We saw a lot of people out celebrating course ST Patrick's, which I have done before, but not this weekend, because of the guidelines that have been put out there and also the beaches, for example, for spring break, they've closed down some of those beaches.

  • But would that have made a difference if we were able to get the word out and tell people, Really, we have we have something coming.

  • We're just two weeks behind what we're seeing in Europe.

  • Oh, yeah, absolutely.

  • The key thing that keep in mind is that a lot of these young folks they might think themselves as invulnerable.

  • But as we talked about earlier, these guys can totally be asymptomatic, so you might be very close to a person's asymptomatic and spread the disease amongst the youth and more importantly, this a public health concern so this those youth can actually infect the elderly, causing higher mortality rates.

  • Doctor, come on, that's an excellent point.

  • Think about our older generation.

  • We have to protect them at the same time agenda.

  • We have any idea because we've seen this question on Twitter as well.

  • How many people one person can infect what the data tells us.

  • So far we don't.

  • But we know that the doubling time are the transmission dynamics of this is significant and that basically every seven days, the number of cases doubles.

  • So that is again why the clock is ticking.

  • And these aggressive social distancing measures need to be put into action right now.

  • Which is why, Dr Fauci said, we're in a race against the virus here in the U.

  • S.

  • Right, Jim.

  • Thanks.

  • Hi, everyone.

  • George Stephanopoulos Here.

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turn next tonight on this live 2020 to Europe to Italy because health officials in this country are studying what they're seeing their what they're seeing in France.


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