Italians Reportedly Told Not To Pay Mortgage Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Italians Reportedly Won’t Have To Pay Their Mortgage While The Country Is In Coronavirus Lockdown

Wayment! Coronavirus precautions are hitting real different in Italy. As we reported yesterday, the entire country was put on lockdown due to the coronavirus, and now residents will reportedly not have to pay their mortgages.

When asked if there was a chance of mortgage payments temporarily being frozen, Laura Castelli, Italy’s deputy finance minister said, “”Yes, that will be the case, for individuals and households.”

Italy’s Coronavirus death toll apparently went from 366 to 463 on Monday, making it the most affected country after China. 

According to The Guardian, all public events, sporting matches, funerals, and weddings will be banned in Italy. Gyms, bars, theaters, and schools have reportedly been closed as well.

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TSR STAFF: Danielle J! @prettyaries16 __________________ #Roommates, the #coronavirus outbreak is an increasingly deadly health concern worldwide—and the hardest hit country in the midst of it all is now taking drastic action. Italy has officially implemented a total lockdown, as the total number of coronavirus cases in the country are inching closer to 10,000. __________________ @CNN reports, Italy has been put under a total lockdown, as Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced that he is extending restrictions already currently in place in the north region of the country. At a press conference March 9th, Conte said that “All the measure of the red zones are now extended to all of the national territory.” He also explained that Italy will move forward with a complete ban on all public events. ___________________ Under the initial lockdown rules, schools, universities, theaters, cinemas, bars, and nightclubs were closed in northern Italy. Additionally, religious ceremonies, including funerals and weddings, and sporting events were suspended or postponed. Meanwhile, local restaurants and bars were allowed to be open from 6am to 6pm, and malls and markets could open on weekdays if they could assure a meter (three feet) of distance between each client. However, with the stricter measures in place, these places will-Click The Link In Bio To Read More! ????: (@gettyimages)

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