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Even if offices and public transport are still quiet, European streets are filled with: 🛍️Shoppers 🍽️Diners 🍸Drinkers Google mobility data indicate human traffic is almost back to pre-virus levels in Paris, Madrid and Italy’s Lombardy

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In March, Italy looked like a disaster in the pandemic. Today, it is an unlikely success story. Hospitals are basically empty of Covid-19 patients and daily deaths attributed to the disease in the badly affected Lombardy region hover around zero.

From February 21 through April 1, 2019, a total of 229 cases of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest were reported in 4 provinces of Lombardy, Italy. During the same period in 2020, 362 cases were reported. Of the additional cases in 2020, 103 involved suspected or diagnosed #COVID19 .

In March, Italy looked like a disaster in the pandemic. Today, it is an unlikely success story. Hospitals are basically empty of Covid-19 patients and daily deaths attributed to the disease in the badly affected Lombardy region hover around zero.

Italy's hospitals are now basically empty of Covid-19 patients. Daily virus deaths in Lombardy, the northern region that bore the brunt of the country's crisis, hover around zero. Still, health experts are cautious.

In March, Italy looked like a disaster in the pandemic. Today, it is an unlikely success story. Hospitals are basically empty of Covid-19 patients and daily deaths attributed to the disease in the badly affected Lombardy region hover around zero.

Italy, Lombardy ends social distancing on public transport. Facemasks still required though (it)

In March, Italy looked like a disaster in the pandemic. Today, it is an unlikely success story. Hospitals are basically empty of Covid-19 patients and daily deaths attributed to the disease in the badly affected Lombardy region hover around zero.

In March, Italy looked like a disaster in the pandemic. Today, it is an unlikely success story. Hospitals are basically empty of Covid-19 patients and daily deaths attributed to the disease in the badly affected Lombardy region hover around zero.

Bernal: I feel good but I need more racing Tour de France champion relishing his first race in Europe since Lombardy last October

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Watch: Cubans doctors arriving in Italy to help combat the coronavirus in Lombardy where scores have died.

Having spent the day on the phone talking to local experts of various stripes, there are *many* very serious, knowledgeable people who fear this analysis is correct; NYC is headed for a Wuhan or Lombardy-style healthcare system crash.

Hong Kong is dense with a crowded subway. It has a lot of travel from China. And yet, no local cases for weeks now. No Lombardy-style lock down either. And, no, it's not the competent government. I wrote about how the people of Hong Kong saved themselves.

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A doctor in Turin, Italy says he wants to warn the world, "the only way to prevent a health care system collapse is to enforce a lockdown as soon as possible" and to "increase ICU capacity." He says Turin is probably 9-10 days behind Lombardy.

The head of the Lombardy's intensive care crisis unit says the health system is on the brink of collapse, intensive care being set up in hallways. By March 26 they predict ~18,000 #Covid19  cases in Lombardy, of which ~3,000 will need intensive care.

Earlier this week, people I’ve been talking to were hopeful we’d turned a bit of a corner, but general consensus of my conversations over last day w experts is we’re still not doing enough to avoid Lombardy-like scenarios in multiple cities. Seattle is expecting it.

People haven't gotten their heads around the fact that NYC is going to be the Lombardy/Wuhan of the US. And maybe worse. It's about to get very dire. See the numbers below.

Italy death toll up 30% over yesterday, up to 827. We are tracking their epidemic about 10 days behind and right now their healthcare system in Lombardy is being overwhelmed.

My God. Lombardy has more than 10 million people. Equivalent to preventing anyone from entering or leaving New York.

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