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The Italian government reportedly distributing food items, relief materials to residents in the country at their various homes as coronavirus pandemic cases raises.
Despite China, being one of the most populous country in Asia hit by COVID-19 Italy appears to be getting worse moments from the ravaging virus, death toll tally to over six thousand in twenty-four years.
In a viral video retrieved by SCANNEWS 24, the organizers were spotted packaging different brands of food items, including grand nut oil, fruits, vegetables and loading them in a van ready for distribution.
The government gesture has awaken citizens of some countries in Africa mainly Nigeria calling on their leaders to replicate what their counterparts mainly as some states has forced their residents into isolation (stay at home) and shutdown major social gathering points.
In space of 24 hours, Abia, Rivers states have closed entrance borders to other states urged residents to stay indoor.
Rivers has also restrained residents from holding funerals, weddings, religious activities till further notice.
Former President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has pledged fifty million relief fund and a musical artist, Runtown promised ten million naira for soft package.