The U.S. currently has the most confirmed cases and deaths in the world.
"I could not leave the house even though I had committed no crime," Bocelli said at a conference in Rome.
"When you see the state of her body, you know she is going to die," said Arnaud Gauffier from WWF France
"At some point, I could see it by naked eye. I cannot tell you the emotion which exploded in my heart!" astronomer Gianluca Masi said.
Amid a surge in new cases of the novel coronavirus, Texas health officials confirmed the state's highest single-day increase to date on Tuesday. The number surpassed Italy's record daily total reported in March, while the country was considered the pandemic's global epicenter.
Home to Europe's first COVID-19 death, Vò and its mayor Giuliano Martini took part in a radical testing campaign not seen anywhere outside China. But the ghosts of the crises persist.
San Fele, two hours east of Naples, was spared the large death toll seen elsewhere throughout the country.
The new coronavirus was present in Italy months prior to when the first case was reported, according to a new study on wastewater published by a national health institute in Italy.
Health officials characterized Napoli supporters' behavior as "reckless," after fans flooded streets in downtown Naples to celebrate their team's Italian Cup title.
As the coronavirus spread across Italy and deeper into Europe, criminal groups worked their way into the health-care system.
Almost 10,000 people in Bergamo had their blood screened, according to health officials.
"The key finding is that we are able to map the whole town in great detail without digging," said archaeologist Martin Millett.
Italy opened its borders to international travelers on Wednesday, despite warnings from other European nations that the move was premature in light of the global health crisis.
Alberto Zangrillo said viral loads from tests carried out in the last 10 days were "infinitesimal" compared with samples from a month ago.
An analysis by the country's National Institute of Health shows the vast majority of virus-related deaths were confirmed in older individuals.
Italy, once the European epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, has warned its citizens against flouting social distancing mandates.
Donor-supported nongovernmental organizations in Italy are fighting for their survival and risk being forgotten as they face their own uncertain future in the pandemic's economic aftershocks.
At JFK Airport, a pilot wearing his flight cap and the required face mask, tugged his luggage into an empty terminal. Inside were more birds than people. Three flights were listed for the afternoon.
The number of people in the store made social distancing impossible, so a workers' union is giving Ikea two days to make the store safer.
The latest fatalities figure marks a significant milestone for the European country hit hardest by the pandemic.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte says the country "could not afford to wait for a vaccine" and that it was taking a "calculated risk".
But where federal help has arrived, assistance from Italy's European partners has been slow through the pandemic, underscoring a tenuous relationship between one of the hardest-hit nations and its neighboring allies.
Once the country with the largest outbreak, Italy now has the fifth-highest number of cases.
More than 4 million people have tested positive for the new coronavirus worldwide since last December, according to the latest data provided by Johns Hopkins University's outbreak tracker.
As the European nation hardest-hit by the coronavirus, the prime minister told Italians on Sunday that "this summer we will not be spent on the balcony."
Italians have adapted public transport and restaurants as the country enters phase two of its coronavirus response.
Germany, Spain, China and Italy are also among the countries with the highest number of reported recoveries to date.
After losing more than $1 billion in revenue from tourism, the Italian island is hoping to entice tourists to visit later this year.
There are many disputed origins of the pretzel, which symbolizes a number of different things throughout the world.