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  • Opinion: Thomas Müller is Bayern Munich’s most…

    Thomas Müller has just signed a new contract that will keep him at his boyhood club until he‘s 33. It’s not just his renaissance on the pitch that makes him critical to Bayern Munich, says DW’s Matt Pearson. […]

  • Coronavirus and sports: German football chief…

    The head of the German FA, Fritz Keller, fears for some clubs’ futures as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, Premier League footballers have launched an initiative to support the UK’s health service. […]

  • Forgotten by football: Coronavirus and the…

    Despite making up more than 60 percent of the workers in Germany’s top two divisions, little support is being offered to those working for third-party companies who have lost their income due to the coronavirus outbreak. […]

  • How Bundesliga clubs are training during the…

    Almost all of the Bundesliga’s clubs are training again, under strict security protocols, despite the coronavirus pandemic. However, it’s still not business as usual. DW takes a look at the key questions facing clubs. […]

  • Serie A Seasons: Napoli 1984-85

    In 1984, Diego Maradona arrived at Napoli for a world record fee with hope that a Scudetto would follow. His first season didn’t pan out that way […]

  • Lazio ‘behaved virtuously,’ unlike Juve

    Lazio head of communications Arturo Diaconale took another swipe at Juventus, insisting that waiting for all teams to resume training simultaneously would “unjustly penalise those who behaved virtuously” during the pandemic. […]

  • Parma on Giovinco: ‘We’ll see…’

    Parma director of sport Daniele Faggiano confessed they are thinking about the return to the Stadio Tardini of Sebastian Giovinco. “We’ll see…&rdquo […]

  • Cutrone: ‘Struggled to move’ during coronavirus

    Fiorentina and Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone admits he was “struggling to move” when suffering from coronavirus, but is back to training now. […]

Coronavirus: A guide to everything you need to know

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  • Coronavirus: The German face mask conundrum

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, face masks seem to be as precious as gold. But while Germany is a major maker of machines for such masks, it’s still struggling to set up its own national production. […]

  • Coronavirus underscores urgency to bridge digital…

    For every person working from home and kid attending a virtual classroom, there are thousands for whom reliable web access remains an elusive luxury. But the lessons from the pandemic could help us bridge that divide. […]

  • Economic researchers see Germany head toward deep…

    In their spring report, Germany’s five leading economic institutes have described Germany’s economy as "an economy in shock," saying that GDP would shrink by over 4% this year amid rising unemployment. […]

  • Coronavirus: When using the c-word gets you…

    Some of the world’s biggest brands are refusing to put their ads next to content about the coronavirus pandemic. Despite seeing a huge increase in readership, news publishers say they’re losing millions of dollars. […]

Overview of Italy

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 Capital Rome  Religion Catholic  GDP $2.1 trillion  Population 60,431,283 Continent Europe  Currency EURO  Language Italian

An overview of Italy – Italy or Italia as it is known in Italian, is a full member of the European Union – EU

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Major Cities – MilanTurinThe VaticanNaplesSicilyFlorence

Overview of Italy – Italy is a cultural powerhouse. Located in the southern-central part of the European Union, it is a country stooped in history and tradition. The Unique boot-shaped borders extend into the Mediterranean Sea. The country’s historical cities are world-renowned. The cuisine and geographic beauty make it a popular destination for more millions of tourists each year. The nation is home to Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest and most active volcano, and houses two countries within its borders – The Vatican and San Marino. Italy has been a unitary parliamentary republic since 2 June 1946, when the monarchy was abolished by a constitutional referendum. The President of Italy (Presidente della Repubblica), currently Sergio Mattarella since 2015, is Italy’s head of state. The President is elected for a single seven years mandate by the Parliament of Italy and some regional voters in joint session. Italy has a written democratic constitution, resulting from the work of a Constituent Assembly formed by the representatives of all the anti-fascist forces that contributed to the defeat of Nazi and Fascist forces during the Civil War. The Italian national tourism website has information for those wishing to travel or visit the country.  Information on your rights to live, work, travel and study in Italy, including access to healthcare and consumer rights, can be found on the official EU website.

Major Exports – Wine – Olive Oil – Pasta – Furniture – Art


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  • Recalling Heinrich Schliemann, excavator of Troy

    From early childhood, German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann was obsessed with the Greek legend of Troy.  He was also the one who most famously excavated the city that fascinates people still today. […]

  • Ravi Shankar, godfather of world music, a century…

    One hundred years after the birth of sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar, his meditative reinvention of Indian classical raga music has particular resonance during the corona crisis. […]

  • Corona crisis: Opera stars come out of isolation

    Cultural life stands still in times of coronavirus, at least in the analog world. But a lot is happening online. Just take a look at the Instagram accounts of star opera singers. […]

  • Germany bite by bite: German Bread Dumplings

    Germany has 16 federal states, each with its own typical regional dish ranging from hearty to sweet. We have put together 16 dishes for you to cook. So get into the kitchen and rattle some pots and pans! […]

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  • Adrian Edmondson: ‘Hamlet saved me from being…

    As the RSC’s Twelfth Night is streamed online, the actor recalls putting on Malvolio’s yellow stockings and how pub theatre led him into comedyHottest front-room seats: theatre and dance onlineThe best arts and entertainment during self-isolation My initial response to being offered a job at the Royal Shakespeare Company was one of fear. The fear that I might not be worthy. Here was this lauded institution, and there was me – a little farty. A little farty from light entertainment.The odd thing is it’s where I’d always wanted to go. Had you asked me at the age of 18 where I wanted to go with my “acting”, I would have happily told you that I was heading for the RSC. At school, we did a Shakespeare production every year. I did them all. From playing an unnamed courtier in The Taming of the Shrew – I remember very vividly being accidentally dragged across the stage by two Alsatians dressed as hunting dogs, and snagging my tights on a nail – to playing Hamlet in my final year. Continue reading… […]

  • Taraji P Henson creates free ‘virtual therapy’…

    Empire and Hidden Figures star’s virtual service aimed at African Americans, who are suffering disproportionately from Covid-19Taraji P Henson, the actor best known for roles in space-launch drama Hidden Figures and the music-business TV series Empire, has launched a campaign for free “virtual therapy” services for African Americans unable to afford help during the coronavirus outbreak.Henson launched the campaign on social media, saying: “This campaign is for under-served communities experiencing life-changing events related to, or triggered by, the Covid-19 pandemic.” Continue reading… […]

  • Bob Dylan’s 50 greatest songs – ranked!

    As fans puzzle out the epic Murder Most Foul, we count down the best of Bob, from the fury of Pay in Blood to the pure genius of Simple Twist of FateStreet Legal delivered fans a shock: Dylan fronting a large band, with female backing singers to the fore. The words, meanwhile, might well represent an oblique personal history, from adolescence through marriage to religious conversion: whatever they were about, they reduced Patti Smith to tears on first hearing. Continue reading… […]

  • From Harry Potter at Home to the National Shelf…

    An updating list of online treats from bibliophiles including JK Rowling, Simon Armitage and Lynda La Plante to entertain locked-down children and adults • The best arts and entertainment during self-isolationGruffalo artist Axel Scheffler has put out a free new picture book explaining the coronavirus to children, Marian Keyes has invited readers to sit down with her for a virtual cup of tea, and Cressida Cowell is reading How to Train Your Dragon aloud for confined children. For the book industry is pulling out all the stops to help keep Britain’s locked down masses entertained, whether that’s expert librarians – now unable to work at their branches – offering reading tips, JK Rowling launching Harry Potter at Home, or Kit de Waal putting together a Big Book Weekend bringing together the best of the British book festivals cancelled due to coronavirus.Here are some of the best free activities now available for the bookishly minded, which we’ll continue to update during the lockdown: Continue reading… […]

Travelling to Italy is usually very safe. It is one of the most developed nations in the world. However, the recent coronavirus breakout has sparked concerns when travelling to northern Italy.

  1. To prevent the spread of infectious disease health practitioners suggest you catch all your sneezes in a tissue and dispose of it immediately.
  2. Use hand sanitising gel regularly
  3. Use a face mask when in public
  4. Report to emergency services if you have flu like symptoms


So far the Coronavirus outbreak has not been contained. The World Health Organisation (WHO) is warning of pandemic outbreak as many nations including Italy, Iran and China struggle to stem the spreading of the deadly disease. 

Information about Coronavirus COVID-19

The Virus spreads through germs, when the infected person coughs, sneezes or is visibly sick. The person who coughs or sneezes should catch there cough/sneeze in a tissue and then dispose of it immediately.
In a typical setting, in the home, a virus can incubate itself and survive for approximately 24 hours. So always wipe down all surfaces, especially when you cook. Protect you and your family by using antibacterial wipes when you enter the home, from germs that may have been brought in from the outside whilst shopping.
If you are 2.5 meters away from the person who sneezes you should be safe from infection. Or give them a mask. If you feel you were closer than approx 2.5 meters then you should wash your hands with antibacterial gel and also wash your face with soapy water.
Drink and consume plenty of Vitamin C, although it is not a cure, it will help the immune system fight against the Coronavirus, COVID19.


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