Six Romanians die of Coronavirus in Italy, one in France


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Six Romanians have died in Italy, and one in France, due to Coronavirus infection from the start of the epidemic, the Romanian Foreign Ministry announced. So far, 30 Romanians citizens living abroad have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

The first victim was in Italy to undergo a medical treatment, as she had other preexisting medical conditions.

The woman’s sister has also died in Italy in Friday, as well as a man.

According to the Romanian Foreign Ministry, 30 Romanians living abroad have tested positive for COVID-19: 23 in Italy, 2 in Namibia, and each one in Spain, France, Luxembourg, Ireland and Tunis.

In Luxembourg, a Romanian diplomat has been also confirmed with Coronavirus. The diplomat was working at Romania’s Embassy in Luxembourg. The activity of the diplomatic mission has been temporarily suspended.

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