Venice Carnival to be halted due to coronavirus outbreak


VENICE – The most recent two days of the Venice Carnival, which draws travelers from around the globe, have been halted due to an outbreak of coronavirus, the leader of the Veneto locale Luca Zaia said on Sunday.

Zaia told correspondents that occasions booked for Sunday in the tidal pond city would proceed as arranged. “Be that as it may, as of tonight there will be a restriction on the Venice Carnival just as on all occasions, brandishing also, until March 1 comprehensive,” he said.

Previously, Zaia revealed the initial two cases of coronavirus in Venice as authorities attempted to contain a flare-up of the disease across northern Italy.

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