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  • Italian officials are now calling for retired and private sector doctors to help with the crisis.

  • This is citizens.

  • They're made this video to warn the rest of the world of what's to come.

  • If they don't quarantine, take a look.

  • Wait, wait, Give me your best.

  • But now, as the death toll rises, the country is bracing for some difficult decisions.

  • Maggie truly is in London with more tonight Italy staggering as the virus rages.

  • 475 more deaths in 24 hours, the most in a single day.

  • The death toll approaching China's.

  • But Italy, with just a fraction of the population.

  • New video inside an I C U unit in the hardest hit part of Italy show doctors fighting a relentless battle.

  • Working endless hours one physician can fighting.

  • There are so many patients there is no time for tears.

  • A governor warning that soon they will not be able to help new victims of the virus amid an acute shortage of equipment.

  • The rates of infection are being watched closely by the White House.

  • Is Corona Virus Task Force were very interested in the curves in Italy because of their different approach and we're following every single countries curves Italy's different approaches a tougher nationwide crackdown on public light than in the U.

  • S.

  • 8000 people have already been sighted in just one day for breaking the rules.

  • And violations can result in jail time and a warning for the United States.

  • Italian filmmakers spreading the message of act now through an emotional video that shows quarantined Italians sharing what they would have told themselves to prepare 10 days ago.

  • And Maggie Rowley joins us now from London, where our bureau there has been rather vacant.

  • But Maggie, the crisis unfolding in Italy serves certainly as a warning to the rest of the world.

  • What changes are you seeing in the UK right now?

  • You know, many criticized the U K.

  • For sort of being slow to start tackling this virus, but it seems like this week they're really cracking down.

  • Even announced the closure of schools starting next week across the country.

  • But we also have new media reports today of the possibility of the so called shielding plan for the city of London.

  • Ellen, see, this would essentially lock us in here in London contained this city from the rest of the country.

  • The government has expressed growing concern over the fact that the cases in lending are growing exponentially.

  • They have the most and fastest growing number of cases of anywhere in the UK, so there's reports of this plan.

  • Thio, like it says, shield this city from the rest of the country.

  • But Lindsay, I should note the government has not confirmed these plans.

  • But it does seem like right now all options are on the table, something we're seeing across Europe and around the world that all of these measures that seem unfathomable seem almost impossible are now starting to happen, right?

  • You just hit the nail on the head.

  • So much of this scenario seems like we could have never thought it up just a few months or weeks ago.

  • What can you tell us about Americans who may be stuck now in travel purgatory?

  • Well, this is interesting is it?

  • Seems like this was the big story earlier last week that Americans traveling trying to get home, But there are still Americans abroad, and we know the government issued that sort of unprecedented warning telling all Americans toe not go about to reconsider their travel overseas, but some have continued to travel.

  • ABC is talk to a couple couples, one in Peru, one in Morocco.

  • And they say they may not be able to get back to the United States.

  • And what we have seen those emergency evacuation flights in the past from places like Han and from Japan.

  • The U.

  • S.

  • Government is now saying, Please do not rely on the government to evacuate you from these countries.

  • This is no longer our responsibility we're giving you this morning.

  • Yes, we'll do our best to help you.

  • But at this point, this is a worldwide crisis.

  • And if you travel overseas, you might be on your own.

  • All right.

  • Maggie Ruli.

  • Thank you for that report.

  • Hi, everyone.

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Italian officials are now calling for retired and private sector doctors to help with the crisis.


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イタリア、引退した民間医師にコロナウイルス危機への支援を要請 (Italy calls for retired, private-sector doctors to help with coronavirus crisis)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日