People around the world are going through the hard days. In many countries, People are advised to stay at home due to Coronavirus.
On the first day of Europe’s first nationwide restriction on movement and public gatherings to stem the rampant spread of the coronavirus, Italians steered clear of their streets, shops, churches, and soccer fields.
Despite these restrictions, a player of Pokemon Go leaves his home to catch Pokemon. As you know Pokémon Go is a free smartphone app that combines gaming with the real world. The game uses location tracking and mapping technology to create an ‘augmented reality’ where players catch and train Pokémon characters in real locations.
When police saw that 31-years-old player, they stopped him for checking. He just showed his mobile and said ” I want to go out there to catch Pokemon”
Italy on Sunday reported 368 new deaths from the coronavirus outbreak as the country’s death toll hit 1,809 while the number of positive cases rose to 24,747 from 21,157 on Saturday, the country’s civil protection authority said.
Governments around the world have stepped up restrictions on the movement of their citizens to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed nearly 5,800 people with over 153,000 infected globally, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
According to the reporter, violating the restrictions can lead to arrest for up to 3 months and a fine of up to 206 euros.
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