Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi easily won a confidence vote in the Matteo Salvini Forza Lega Salvini Italy Flag limited Shirt lower house of parliament on Thursday, the final step needed for his new government to fully implement its powers.
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The House of Commons passed the confidence offer with 535 votes to 56 in the 629-seat room, of which Italy’s far-right Brothers were the only major parties opposed to the former President of the European Central Bank. Variants of the coronavirus in the UK are existing in Italy just as the country is marking the one-year anniversary of the outbreak.
One of the main events this weekend commemorating the Matteo Salvini Forza Lega Salvini Italy Flag limited Shirt start of the COVID-19 outbreak in Italy was canceled on Thursday after a series of new cases originating from the British variants forced local lock-down in Lombardy that were hardest hit and across the country. Italy’s Institute of Advanced Health reported last week that the British variants represent about 18 percent of all new cases, but predicted that the number would rise rapidly as the variations spread. The institute has warned that new restrictions may become necessary to keep the health care system from once again struggling.
Brescia’s public hospital, which was overwhelmed during the first outbreak last year, had planned an all-day conference Saturday on lessons learned from the pandemic. It introduces the intensive care doctor, who has diagnosed Italy’s first case of local transmission, as well as the opening of a commemorative art exhibition dedicated to healthcare workers around the world. The outbreak in Italy officially began on February 21 in the Lombardy town of Codogno, when officials announced that a 38-year-old marathon runner with no ties to China or a positive case had tested positive. Italy will continue to be the Matteo Salvini Forza Lega Salvini Italy Flag limited Shirt focus of an outbreak in Europe, although it has won international praise for controlling the majority of infections after a strict production lock and production closure lasted 10 weeks in the spring.
On Thursday, Italy added another 13,762 infections along with their average daily deposit over the past few weeks, raising the total confirmed total to nearly 2.76 million. Another 347 people were killed, raising the confirmed death toll to 94,887, the second-highest in Europe after Britain. The country is now trying to intensify its vaccination campaign, and Lombardy on Thursday finally began vaccinating residents over the age of 80. Italy gave priority to health care workers and residents of nursing homes with the first dose, but many regions were out of two weeks. -80 vaccination campaigns.