Coronavirus: Life goes on in tiny northern Italy village that saw country's first Covid-19 death

Medical workers near a closed elementary school in Vo' Euganeo, Italy, on Feb 23, 2020. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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VO' EUGANEO - Until a few days ago, hardly anybody, even in Italy, knew of the tiny village of Vo' Euganeo in the Veneto region, about 70km west of the more famous tourist city Venice.

The municipality of about 3,000 people, which has an almost passing mention on Wikipedia, just had an update on its page where it is described as one of two centres of the coronavirus outbreak in Italy.

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