Italy’s death toll from the deadly novel coronavirus pandemic has passed 30,000.
The death toll in the country is the third highest in the world after the US and Uk.
The country reported 243 new fatalities on Friday (down from 274 the day before. For now, the total death recorded in the country is 30,201.
The daily number of confirmed new cases fell slightly to 1,327, bringing the total number of infections to 217,185.
Though there has been strict measures put in place to curb the spread of the virus in the whole of Europe, death is still inevitable as most people that dies are as a result of having chronic illnesses aside contracting the deadly virus.
For now, the rate of death has been limited, making death out of COVID-19 decrease as days pass by.
The virus first spread in Wuhan, China in December 2019, before spreading to other parts of the world as a result of human travel and get together.
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