Coronavirus: EU Calls For Calm In Europe Despite Death Cases

 Coronavirus: EU Calls For Calm In Europe Despite Death Cases

The EU’s Health Commissioner, Stella Kyriakides said there is no cause for alarm as Italy battles the world’s third biggest outbreak.

After a meeting with with Italian Health Minister, Roberto Speranza, Stella told reporters that this is a situation of concern but we must not give in to panic.

Stella added that we must also be vigilant when it comes to misinformation and disinformation as well as xenophobic statements which are misleading citizens and putting in question the work of public authorities.

On Wednesday, February 26, 2020 Italian authorities announced a 12th death linked to the outbreak and another jump in the number of cases, which now stand at 374.

The new toll published by the civil protection department is a jump from the 322 cases and 10 deaths recorded on Tuesday evening, February 25, 2020 the most serious outbreak so far in Europe.

Several cases in other European countries have been reported among people who had recently visited Lombardy, the region of Northern Italy worst-hit by the outbreak.

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