Italy is extending its strict coronavirus quarantine measures, which include a ban on public gatherings, to the entire country.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said that people would only be permitted to travel for work or family emergencies.
He said the measures, which come into effect on Tuesday, were to defend the most fragile members of society.
Italy’s coronavirus death toll jumped on Monday by 97 to 463. It is the worst-hit country after China.
In a televised address on Monday, Mr Conte said that the best thing for the citizens of Italy was to stay at home.
He added that all sporting events – including football matches – were being suspended nationwide.
The restrictions are similar to those earlier applied to the worst affected Lombardy region, and 14 other provinces. (BBC)