Italian police are using drones to track down citizens who violate one of the strictest coronavirus lockdowns in Europe

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Italy has been one of the hardest-hit countries by the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 11,000 deaths, the most of any country.

The country has been put on lockdown, and police are now using drones to monitor movement.

The coronavirus outbreak that originated in China has killed more than 39,000 people worldwide and infected more than 803,000, according to recent totals.

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As of Tuesday, COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, has infected more than 803,000 people worldwide, and has killed more than 39,000. Italy has more cases than any country except the US, and it leads in deaths with 11,500 recorded. On March 9, Italy was put under a strict lockdown set to last three weeks and be lifted this Friday, although authorities now say it will likely be extended. Italian police are now using drones to monitor people's movement and make sure that they're following lockdown rules. Take a look.
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