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Both were people who were in contact with someone in Italy who tested positive. South Africa — South Africa announced that its first seven confirmed cases were South African residents returning from Italy.
Tunisia — Tunisia confirmed its first case on 2 March , and identified the patient as a Tunisian who had returned from Italy.
Argentina — On 3 March, Argentina confirmed its first case, a year-old man who arrived in Argentina two days earlier after a trip that included northern Italy.
Bolivia — Two people who returned from Italy to Bolivia were tested positive. He showed mild symptoms and was quarantined at home.
Canada — Cases 21 and 27 in Ontario were persons who had travelled to Italy. Chile — On 5 March, Chile confirmed its third case, a year-old man who travelled across Europe and visited Northern Italy.
Colombia — The first case in Colombia, confirmed in March, was of a person who had travelled to Milan. Cuba — On 11 March Cuba confirmed that three tourists from Italy were tested positive.
Dominican Republic — On 1 March, authorities in the Dominican Republic confirmed the first case in the country, a tourist coming from Italy. Guatemala — On 13 March, Guatemala announced the country's first case, a man returning from a trip to northern Italy.
Mexico — On 28 February, Mexico confirmed its first two cases. A man in Mexico City and a man in Sinaloa were held in isolation at a hospital and a hotel, respectively.
They had both travelled to Bergamo and stayed in Italy for a week in mid-February. United States — In early March cases in several states with travel history to Italy were identified.
Uruguay — On 13 March, Uruguay announced its first four cases, some of whom had arrived from Milan. Venezuela — On 13 March, Venezuela confirmed two cases in the country.
One, a woman, had travelled from the US, Italy, and Spain. Armenia — Armenia confirmed that three cases were imported from Italy on 12 March.
Azerbaijan — On 11 March a student tested positive after developing fever in Italy. Bangladesh — On 8 March, Bangladesh confirmed its first cases; two are Bangladeshis who had returned from Italy and another is a family member of one of the two who returned.
Israel — On 27 February, Israel confirmed that a man who had returned from Italy on 23 February tested positive. Japan — On 13 March, Japan confirmed that a man who had been in Italy since 6 January tested positive for coronavirus upon landing at Haneda Airport in Tokyo that day.
Jordan — On 2 March, Jordan confirmed that a man who had returned from Italy two weeks earlier had tested positive, with other potential cases under observation.
Mainland China — On 1 March, Qingtian County , Lishui , Zhejiang confirmed its first imported case, a year-old Chinese woman who had worked at a restaurant in Bergamo.
They are native in Fujian and work in Italy. Malaysia — On 28 February, Malaysia confirmed that an Italian who was married to a Malaysian tested positive and was admitted to Sungai Buloh Hospital.
He was in Italy from 15 to 21 February for work. Maldives — The Maldives' first cases were two staffers at Kuredu Island Resort who caught the disease from an Italian tourist who had returned to Italy and tested positive there.
Oman — A case was recorded of a patient who had travelled to Milan. Saudi Arabia — On 14 March, Saudi Arabia announced 17 new cases, including some citizens who had recently travelled to Italy.
Sri Lanka — A group of infected Italian tourists passed on the disease to a year-old tour guide. Thailand — On 5 March, Thailand announced that its 44th and 45th confirmed cases, a year-old Italian and year-old Thai, had arrived in Thailand from Italy on 2 March.
Both were admitted in Chonburi Province. Albania — On 9 March , Albania confirmed its first two cases, a father and son, of which, the son had traveled from Florence , Italy.
Andorra — On 2 March, Andorra registered its first case, a man who had been to Milan. Austria — On 25 February, Austria confirmed its first two cases, a man and a woman who had visited their hometown in Bergamo, tested positive and were treated at a hospital in Innsbruck , Tyrol.
The family was previously on holiday in Lombardy. Belgium — Nine patients diagnosed with the virus had travelled from Northern Italy.
Belarus — A case was confirmed as having been imported from Italy. Bosnia and Herzegovina — A man working in Italy transmitted the virus to his child.
Croatia — On 25 February, Croatia confirmed its first case, a man who had until 21 February stayed in Milan.
Cyprus — One of the country's first two cases had a travel history to Milan. Denmark — On 27 February, Denmark confirmed its first case, a man who had returned from a ski holiday in Valmalenco , Sondrio and quarantined at home.
Estonia — On 3 March, Estonia confirmed its second case, a patient who had arrived on 29 February from Bergamo and was travelling through Riga Airport.
Germany — On 25 February , Germany confirmed that a year-old man from Göppingen , Baden-Württemberg who recently returned from Milan tested positive and was treated in Klinik am Eichert.
They had contact with an Italian participant at a business meeting in Munich who tested positive in Italy. A man from Böblingen who had had contact with the girlfriend of the patient from Göppingen also tested positive.
Georgia — On 28 February , Georgia confirmed that a year-old Georgian woman who had travelled to Italy tested positive and was admitted to Infectious Diseases Hospital in Tbilisi.
Both were admitted to the Attikon University General Hospital. Hungary — Three of the seven cases in Hungary reported to date are linked to Italy.
The male patient had travelled to an affected region in Northern Italy. Lithuania — On 28 February, Lithuania confirmed its first case, a year-old woman who arrived in Kaunas from Verona.
Luxembourg — The nation's second and fourth cases were persons who had travelled to Italy. Malta — A year-old Italian brought the infection to Malta.
Moldova — On 7 March, Moldova confirmed its first case, a year-old woman who had returned from Italy. She had stayed in Italy for a month and had been sick for two weeks.
Upon returning to North Macedonia, she immediately reported to the clinic. Norway — On 27 February, Norway confirmed that two people who tested positive were linked to the outbreak in Italy.
They were quarantined at home in Oslo. Both had visited Northern Italy. Poland — Of the country's first five cases, two were from Italy, two were from Germany and one was from the UK.
On 4 March, a year-old man who had travelled to Italy was confirmed positive at the same hospital. Romania — On 26 February, Romania confirmed its first case, a man from Gorj who tested positive after having come in contact with an year-old man from Cattolica , Italy.
The Italian man visited his wife's family and had several business meetings in Romania from 18 to 22 February. Russia — On 2 March, a Russian citizen who had returned from Italy was diagnosed.
San Marino — On 27 February, San Marino confirmed its first case, an year-old man with pre-existing medical conditions who was hospitalised at Rimini Hospital.
Serbia — On 6 March, Serbia registered its first case, a year-old man who had been to Budapest and Italy. At least one other case had been to Italy.
Slovakia — An asymptomatic man who had travelled to Venice between 14 and 15 February transmitted the virus to his father and his wife.
Slovenia — Many Slovenian cases are linked to Italy, including the nation's first case. A year-old man returning from a holiday in Italy also tested positive in Asturias.
Two other people with whom he had made contact also tested positive and were admitted to the same hospital. Two more people who had visited the same football game in Milan were hospitalised at the same place.
Sweden — On 26 February, Sweden confirmed that a year-old man who previously visited Northern Italy fell ill three days after returning to Sweden and was admitted to Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg.
Two of them had been in contact with the Gothenburg patient, while the other had previously visited Italy. Switzerland — On 25 February, Switzerland confirmed its first case, a year-old man in the canton of Ticino who had previously visited Milan.
She worked for a daycare centre in Riehen , and after her test was confirmed, the children at the daycare were put into a two-week quarantine.
On 28 February, a year-old-man who had travelled to Milan tested positive in Zürich. Ukraine — On 3 March, Ukraine confirmed its first case in Chernivtsi , a man who had travelled from Italy by plane to the Romanian city of Suceava and then to Ukraine by car with his wife.
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Without these, the daily number of deaths in Lazio was 8. Without these, the daily number was of 47 deaths in Lombardy and deaths in Italy.
Without these, the daily number was of 92 deaths in Lombardy and in Italy. Without these, the daily number was of 1 death in Abruzzo and 47 in Italy.
Sicily recalculated its numbers, cases were substracted from the total number. Calabria substracted 1 positive case from 18 June.
Puglia substracted 1 case due to double-counting. Sardinia corrected its data, which led to 1 death being substracted and 1 recovery being added.
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The Provisional Government of Sicily, which lasted from 12 January to 15 May , adopted the Italian tricolour, defaced with the trinacria, or triskelion.
The flags that they adopted, marked the link to Italian independence and unification efforts; the former, the Italian tricolour undefaced, and the latter, charged with the winged lion of St.
Mark, from the flag of the Most Serene Republic , on a white canton. This lasted for four months, while the Papal States of the Church was in abeyance.
This spread throughout the Italian peninsula was the demonstration that the tricolour flag had by now assumed a consolidated symbolism valid throughout the national territory.
In , the flag of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies was again modified to the defaced Italian tricolour with the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies coat of arms.
On 15 April , the flag of the Kingdom of Sardinia was declared the flag of the newly formed Kingdom of Italy. The tricolore , in this context, had a universal, transversal meaning, shared by both monarchists and republicans, progressives and conservatives and Guelphs as well as by the Ghibellines: it was chosen as the flag of a united Italy also for this reason.
With the March on Rome and the establishment of the fascist dictatorship the Italian flag lost its symbolic uniqueness partly obscured by the iconography of the regime.
In , the Fascist government attempted to have the Italian national flag redesigned by having the fasces , the symbol used by the Fascist movement, included in the flag.
The Italian flag came back strongly after the Armistice of Cassibile of 8 September , where it was taken as a symbol by the two sides who faced each other in the Italian Civil War   in an attempt to recall the Risorgimento and its cultural tradition.
Tricolour flags were also the official banners of the Italian Partisan Republics and of the National Liberation Committee , as well as their antagonists, the Republicans.
Roman legions had carried the aquila , or eagle, as signa militaria. On 25 April , known as festa della liberazione , the government of Benito Mussolini fell.
The Italian Social Republic had existed for slightly more than one year and a half. The Republican tricolour was then officially and solemnly delivered to the Italian military corps on 4 November on the occasion of National Unity and Armed Forces Day.
Each comune also has a gonfalone bearing its coat of arms. In , on its bicentenary , 7 January was declared Tricolour Day ; it is intended as a celebration, though not a public holiday.
Among the events celebrating the bicentenary of the Italian flag, there was the realization of the longest tricolour in history, which also entered the Guinness World Records.
In , a state ensign was created specifically for non-military vessels engaged in non-commercial government service; this defaces the Italian tricolour with the national coat of arms.
The law n. Flag of the Cispadane Republic Flag of the Cisalpine Republic — Flag of the Italian Republic — Flag of the Kingdom of Italy — Flag of the Italian United Provinces Flag of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies — Flag of the Republic of San Marco — Flag of the Kingdom of Sardinia — Flag of the Kingdom of Sicily — Flag of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany — Flag of the Roman Republic Flag of the Free cities of Menton and Roquebrune — Flag of the United Provinces of Central Italy — Flag of the Italian Social Republic — Flag of the National Liberation Committee — Flag of the Trust Territory of Somaliland — As already mentioned, the colours of the Italian flag are indicated in article 12  of the Constitution of Italy , published in the Gazzetta Ufficiale No.
If the flag is exposed horizontally, the green part should be placed near the auction, with the white one in a central position and the red one outside, while if the banner is exposed vertically the green section should be placed above.
The need to precisely define the colours was born from an event that happened at the Justus Lipsius building , seat of the Council of the European Union , of the European Council and of their Secretariat , when an Italian MEP , in , noticed that the colours of the Italian flag were unrecognizable with red, for example, which had a shade that turned towards orange: for this reason the government, following the report of this MEP, decided to specifically define the colours of the Italian national flag.
The shades of green, white and red were first specified by these official documents:  . New documents then replaced the previous ones: .
The chromatic tones of the three colours mentioned above, on polyester stamina , are enshrined in paragraph 1 of article n. The President of the Italian Republic has an official standard.
The current version is based on the square flag of the Napoleonic Italian Republic , on a field of blue, charged with the emblem of Italy in gold.
The first version of the standard, adopted in and used until was very similar to the current version only without the red, white and green.
The emblem was also much larger. Cossiga's new version of the standard contained the same Royal Blue background but now with a squared Italian national flag in the centre and no emblem.
After the Republic was proclaimed, the national flag was provisionally adopted as distinguishing flag of the head of state in place of the royal standard.
The standard is kept in the custody of the Commander of the Reggimento Corazzieri of the Arma dei Carabinieri , along with the war flag assigned to Regiment in The Italian Constitution does not make provision for a Vice-President.
However, separate insignia for the President of the Senate, in exercise of duties as acting head of state under Article 86, was created in Distinguishing insignia for former Presidents of the Republic was created in ;  a tricolour in the style of the Presidential standard, it is emblazoned with the Cypher of Honour of the President of the Republic.
The standard of President of the Council of Ministers of Italy , introduced for the first time in by Benito Mussolini , in its first form a littorio beam appeared in the middle of the drape.
The sign was abolished in , while the current one was defined in by Silvio Berlusconi. It consists of a blue drapery bordered by two gold-colored borders in the center of which stands the emblem of the Republic.
The banner should be exposed to every official engagement of the president and on the vehicles that carry it, however it is almost never used.
The main colours are blue and gold, which have always been considered colours linked to the command. The naval flags carry symbols in the center of the white band to distinguish themselves from the flag of Mexico : .
Jack of the former Regia Marina . Military bowsprit flag recto. The law, implementing Article 12 of the Constitution and following of Italy's membership of the European Union , lays down the general provisions governing the use and display of the flag of the Italian Republic and the flag of the European Union in its territory.
There are no international conventions on flying the flag, but protocol adopted by a large number of countries have such similarities as to suggest lines of commonly accepted practice.
In general two areas of exposure are identified: national and international events. In both cases it is generally followed practice that national flags displayed in a group should be of equal size and each hoisted on its own flagstaff, of equal height, or on separate ropes if fixed on yardarm.
It is always treated with dignity and should never be allowed to touch the ground or water. When displayed alongside other flags, the national flag takes the position of honour; it is raised first and lowered last.
Other national flags should be arranged in alphabetical order. Where two or more than three flags appear together, the national flag should be placed to the right left of the observer ; in a display of three flags in line, the national flag occupies the central position.
The European flag is also flown from government buildings on a daily basis. In the presence of a foreign visitor belonging to a member state, this takes precedence over the Italian flag.
As a sign of mourning, flags flown externally shall be lowered to half-mast ; two black ribbons may be attached to those otherwise displayed.
The flag-raising of the tricolour takes place at the first light of dawn, with the flag which is made to slide quickly and resolutely up to the end of the flagpole.
The flagship, which takes place in the evening, is instead slower and more solemn so as not to make it seem a rapid lowering. In the presence of other flags, as well as receiving the highest honor position, it must be hoisted first and lowered last.
As the similarity suggests, the Italian tricolour derives from the flag of France , which was born during the French revolution from the union of white — the colour of the monarchy — with red and blue — the colours of Paris  and which became the symbol of social and political renewal perpetrated by the original Jacobinism.
As already mentioned, green, in the first Italian tricolour cockades, symbolized natural rights , namely social equality and freedom.
Other less probable conjectures that explain the adoption of the green hypothesize a tribute that Napoleon wanted to give to Corsica , where he was born, or to a possible reference to the verdant Italian landscape.
Another hypothesis that attempts to explain the meaning of the three Italian national colours would, without historical bases, be that the green is linked to the colour of the meadows and the Mediterranean maquis , the white to that of the snows of the Alps and the red to the blood spilt in the Wars of Italian Independence and Unification.
To commemorate the birth of the Italian flag on 31 December , the Tricolour Day was established, which is known in Italian as the Festa del Tricolore.
In Reggio nell'Emilia, the Festa del Tricolore is celebrated in Piazza Prampolini, in front of the town hall, in the presence of one of the highest offices of the Italian Republic the President of the Italian Republic or the president of one of the chambers , who attends the 'flag-raising on the notes of Il Canto degli Italiani and which renders military honors a reproduction of the flag of the Cispadane Republic.
In Rome, at the Quirinal Palace , the ceremonial foresees instead the change of the Guard of honour in solemn form with the deployment and the parade of the Corazzieri Regiment in gala uniform and the Fanfare of the Carabinieri Cavalry Regiment.
There are many museums that host at least one historic Italian flag. Located throughout the Italian peninsula, they are mainly located in northern Italy.
The most important exhibition space that hosts Italian tricolour flags is found in the architectural complex of the Altare della Patria in Rome.
Sacrario delel Bandiere , the museum that collects and preserves disused Italian war flags. Of particular importance is the Museum of the tricolour of Reggio nell'Emilia , a city that saw the birth of the Italian flag in Founded in , it is located within the town hall of the Emilian city, adjacent to the Sala del Tricolore : documents are kept and memorabilia whose dating is attributable to a period between the arrival of Napoleon Bonaparte in Reggio and , the year of the first centenary of the Italian flag.
At the National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento in Turin , the only one of Risorgimento that officially has the title of "national", it is possible to find a rich collection of tricolours, including some dating back to the revolutions of The Italian national flag belongs to the family of flags derived from the French tricolor,  with all the meanings attached, as mentioned, to the ideals of the French revolution.
Due to the common arrangement of the colours, at first sight, it seems that the only difference between the Italian and the Mexican flag is only the Aztec coat of arms present in the second; in reality the Italian tricolour uses lighter shades of green and red, and has different proportions than the Mexican flag: those of the Italian flag are equal to , while the proportions of the Mexican flag are Also due to the Italian layout, the Italian flag is also quite similar to the flag of Ireland , with the exception of orange instead of red although the shades used for the two colours are very similar  and proportions against The Hungarian flag has the same colours as the Italian one, but this does not create confusion between the banners: on the Magyar flag the red, white and green tricolour is arranged horizontally.
Finally, they present other combinations of the three colours, the banners of Madagascar ,  Suriname ,  and Burundi.
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