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Coronavirus: 19 year old died in London, 'Luca would be safe in Italy'

2020-03-31T19:21:55.477Z

The anger of the mayor of Nereto. Di Maio, clarifying causes of death (ANSA)



Luca died of coronavirus. The news spread in the Teramo center, which came directly from London, where he was a cook and lived with his mother. Luca Di Nicola has the sad record of being the youngest Abruzzese killed by the pandemic even if not in Italy.

Nineteen years old, nipped in no time. Now it is discovered that even the mother and her mother's partner have coronavirus symptoms and after the pain "the thing has swept the whole country", admitted the mayor Daniele Laurenzi, an urgent request was immediately sent to the Italian authorities so that shed light on the causes of the death of the young Teramo. Minister Luigi Di Maio, according to what is learned, in expressing condolences for the death of the young 19 year old asked the Italian Embassy in London to be constantly updated on the health of the boy's mother, currently in self-isolation, and to clearly ascertain the causes that led to Luca's death.

It is also stressed that the boy had lived in London for several years and no request to return to Italy had been made. The Consulate General in London continues to be in constant contact with the Di Nicola family. "I wrote to Di Maio to ascertain the causes of Luca Di Nicola's death and to find out how his mother is. One thing is certain: if Luca was in Italy he would have saved himself because we would have treated him better.

And with this you can see the difference between our health system and the English one, "Laurenzi told ANSA. Luca was born in Nereto, and had remained there until 4 years ago." This is a tragedy in the tragedy - he continues the mayor of Nereto - Partly for the young age, part for the causes. Here we all know each other, and this thing has overwhelmed us. But the time for reflections also comes. In short, you realize the value of Italian healthcare, despite all the unpreparedness and problems we have. They told me that Luca in England was treated at home with paracetamol, from a distance. In times of coronavirus "." We in Italy would have treated an Englishman like an Italian - Laurenzi insists - I say this without any political implications, of course, but only to report that our health system leaves no one behind, it is erga omnes. Luca, on the other hand, had been sick for days and limited themselves to making phone calls, "concludes the Abruzzo mayor.

Source: ansa

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