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  • in Italy, there's been the biggest daily rise in deaths since the beginning of the outbreak There, almost 1000 people have died in the past 24 hours, taking the total number of deaths in Italy to more than 9000.

  • Wal Mart alone is in Rome for us tonight, and this huge increases in a country that's been locked down now from more than two weeks.

  • They're really shocking figures.

  • Sophie.

  • It's like Italy is losing the equivalent of a village a day 919 deaths in the past 24 hours.

  • That's over 200 more than the previous one day rise.

  • In the northern region of Lombardy alone, 540 people have died there in the past day.

  • You mentioned that locked down that's been in place for over two weeks, it is flattening the curve.

  • The infection rate is slowing here, but the progress is slow and it is uneven, and the awful news just keeps on coming.

  • 46 doctors have now died here since the outbreak began.

  • The National Health Institute says Italy has not yet reached the peak and the nationwide restrictions might have to be extended for several months tonight.

  • Meanwhile, the pope gave a special address on a very, very empty some Peters square.

  • He gave his order be at Orbi, blessing to the city and the world, which usually only gives at Christmas and Easter.

  • So another sign of the historic times were in.

  • He talked of the thick darkness enveloping our cities, he said, We find ourselves afraid and lost.

  • And he said doctors, nurses and care givers were exemplary companions on this journey.

  • But in truth, Sophie Italians are finding it hard at the moment to keep the faith.

  • They are hoping, pleading many of them are praying for that peak to come.

  • Marlon in Rome, Thank you.

  • In Spain, the number of Corona virus cases continues to increase, with 769 deaths in 24 hours.

  • With so many critically ill patients, it has meant that more and more are dying alone because their families aren't allowed in, is putting an enormous emotional strain on families and on medical staff.

  • As our correspondent Damien Gramatica's reports from Madrid theme from his bed, he waves moments of triumph in the Spanish hospital.

  • He's their first patient well enough to leave intensive care, but the medical staff are the only people there to see.

  • That's because every new virus patient brought in is immediately isolated from the outside world or even families are allowed to enter hospitals here.

  • And Spain registered another 8.5 1000 cases today.

  • It's the awful reality estate Garcia is facing.

  • She has Covad, 19 and tried to isolate herself.

  • But she thinks she may have infected both her parents, Barry a path and Constantina both now positive, both in hospital and beyond her reach.

  • You cannot card.

  • You can no kiss.

  • You can see the I need to citizen of so many people.

  • Here s stairs.

  • Parents being treated here in this hospital.

  • It's one of the cruelest aspects of this outbreak, the rigorous separation that has to be enforced between the sick and everyone else.

  • It's so contagious.

  • This is where her parents were admitted.

  • Many hospitals air it, double their capacity staff don't have timeto answer phones or update families.

  • So what happens when the health services swamped?

  • Spain didn't bring in.

  • It's locked down quickly enough or test enough people to track the virus is progress.

  • So now people are dying in Spain's hospitals, hundreds and hundreds every day, not surrounded by loved ones but isolated and alone.

  • It's a very escalated Inglis.

  • People get sick alone on.

  • They die alone and they're parrot alone.

  • You cannot do anything.

  • You cannot be with them.

  • Este has found a way to reach her parents.

  • A nurse has got a phone in, her father is improving, but her mother's condition is serious, and night and day is the virus advances.

  • More families are being separated.

  • Sylvia, who works in one of the hospitals worst affected, posted this notice this week, saying she'll passed messages to those inside.

  • These are the ones she's delivering tonight.

  • The family tell me, then I say, I love Yucel months.

  • Ah, I'm share with you.

  • We can see you that I'm here, something like these.

  • Sylvia is a nurse assistant, just 24 years old, delivering comfort to the dying.

  • Spain's medics, now shouldering the emotional burden of this crisis too Democratic as BBC News Madrid In France, the lock down has been extended for another two weeks until the middle of April, with a warning it could be extended further than that.

  • Almost 2000 people have died there now, including a 16 year old girl whose death this week has shaken many people in France.

  • President Trump has signed into law a $2 trillion emergency spending package to relieve the impact of the Corona virus on the U.

  • S economy.

  • Millions of Americans have lost their jobs as a result of the crisis.

  • More than 100,000 people in the states now have the virus.

  • That's more than any other country in the world.

  • Almost half of them are in New York state.

  • From there, his Nick Bryant, New York, New York, the worst infected city in what's now the worst infected country.

  • There was always a sense that this planetary pandemic would end up ravaging this global hub.

  • And while there's a deceptive calm and it's now quiet streets behind the doors of its inundated hospitals, the crisis is getting worse.

  • Emergency calls have hit their highest levels since the attacks of September.

  • The 11th hospital star for describing a tsunami of patients flooding their emergency rooms were thought to be three weeks away from the peak here, and already they're exhausted.

  • It's been like a war zone, um, medical war zone.

  • The work of what limited resource is with the constant disparities and pain and suffering that we see not only with those who were afflicted with the Corona virus, most of those who were coming in for a trauma, and so it is very physically and mentally exhausted.

  • The very things that make New York so great have now made it vulnerable.

  • It's vibrancy.

  • The fact that it's such a melting pot where so dense was so together, which is what makes us special, gives us that New York energy gives us that New York mojo.

  • It also that density becomes the enemy in a situation like this in midtown Manhattan, something we haven't seen since 9 11 refrigerated trucks ready to store the corpses of the dead.

  • Each one is capable of holding up to 44 bodies, and these workmen were constructing a makeshift morgue.

  • America is paying the price for not being prepared for not taking the Corona virus seriously enough.

  • When it was ripping through China for not ramping up testing quickly enough when it first came to these shores for losing freshest time like the rest of the world, America is not just facing a public health crisis, but an economic emergency category five style devastation to the businesses forced to shutter their doors.

  • At least Congress is now passed a $2 trillion stimulus package, a lifeline to an economy that this week saw its biggest unemployment spike in history.

  • I've never signed anything with T on it.

  • I don't know if I can handle this one.

  • This bipartisan legislation was signed into law tonight by America's billionaire president, Republican lawmakers at his side.

  • But the Democrats cold shouldered election year, political distancing.

  • And then one day we get hit with this thing that nobody ever heard of before nobody ever even heard of before.

  • And now we're fighting a different battle.

  • But I really think in a fairly short period of time because of what they've done and what everyone's done, I really think we're gonna be stronger than ever.

  • America is on a war footing, led by a commander in chief, desperate but unable to declare victory.

in Italy, there's been the biggest daily rise in deaths since the beginning of the outbreak There, almost 1000 people have died in the past 24 hours, taking the total number of deaths in Italy to more than 9000.

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