A day earlier, on Monday, Italy's prime minister extended a lockdown in northern Italy to the entire country. He banned public gatherings, including sporting events, and said people would only be allowed to travel for essential business or health or family emergencies.
Even with the extended lockdown, confirmed cases of coronavirus in Italy jumped to more than 10,000 Tuesday. On Monday, there were a little more than 9,000. That makes Italy's coronavirus outbreak the second-worst in the world, right behind China.
Italian officials hope the nationwide lockdown will slow down the outbreak. It will stay in effect until at least April 3.
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