An Italian cop who worked in Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's security detail died on Saturday subsequent to getting the novel coronavirus, the nation's police power said.
The Italian government said that, when official Giorgio Guastamacchia tried positive on March 21, he had not been in contact with Conte for at any rate fourteen days.
The Corriere Della Sera detailed at the time that Conte, 55, was tried as a safety measure, turning up a negative outcome for the infection.
The leader of the Italian police power communicated his sympathies for Guastamacchia, who was 52.
Italy has recorded the world's biggest number of authority COVID-19 fatalities and is on course to outperform 15,000 passings this end of the week.