Italy's coronavirus quarantine lockdown to extend into April as hospitals run out of beds
Italy's prime minister will extend the country's lockdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic. The lockdown will now extend past April 3, 2020. Under the lockdown rules, people can only leave their homes to get food and medicine or go to work. Most shops were forced to close until March 25, but that deadline also looks set to be extended. Italian hospitals are also running out of beds Italy is rushing 10,000 student doctors into service.