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Wuhan coronavirus: Rome airports screen departing passengers

Christian Fernsby |
Rome's two international airports, Fiumicino and Ciampino, are now screening passengers leaving for destinations outside the Schengen Area.

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The measures, which take effect in both Rome airports from today, come as the number of Coronavirus infections in Italy reaches 7,375 with 366 fatalities.

Italian flag-carrier has suspended all national and international flights from Milan's Malpensa airport, with immediate effect, until at least 3 April.

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