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Famous fashion designer Giorgio Armani donates $1.4 million to tackle coronavirus


Italian fashion designer, Giorgio Armani, 85, has reportedly donated $1.4 million to assist tackle Italy's coronavirus outbreak in his country.


Armani, who is worth $6.7 billion donated the cash to 3 Milan-based hospitals furthermore as Rome's Spallanzani hospital and therefore the Civil Protection Agency, an organization spokeswoman said last night.



This comes after Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced that the full of the national territory has been placed under lockdown over rapid spread of coronavirus in Europe’s worst-affected country.


"All the measure of the red zones are now extended to all or any of the national territory," Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said at a conference and also announced a ban on all public events until next month.



Italy currently has the third-highest number of coronavirus cases, behind China and Asian nation.

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