U.K. leader delivers grim coronavirus warning London — An Italian man issued a desperate appeal for help on social media after authorities in his country reportedly would not collect the body of his sister, who he said had died at home of the new coronavirus. The pandemic has hit Italy especially hard and the entire country has been placed on lockdown. “We are ruined. Italy has abandoned us,” an emotional Luca Franzese said in a Facebook video as he stood in front of the body of his sister, Teresa Franzese.Luca said his late sister, who was reportedly 47, had epilepsy and was at high risk of the new COVID-19 disease. She reportedly started feeling unwell last week and died on Saturday. When she died, he said, she had not been tested for the new coronavirus, despite requests by her family. “My sister is dead in bed. I don’t know what to do. I can’t give her the funeral she deserves, because the institutions have abandoned me,” he said. Luca Franzese is seen in a Facebook video as he stood in front of the body of his sister, Teresa Franzese. Facebook 36 hours after Luca’s appeal on social media, coroners reportedly came to


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