Eric J. Lyman and Kim Hjelmgaard Published 1:18 p.m. ET March 19, 2020 | Updated 2:47 p.m. ET March 19, 2020CLOSE An epidemiologist answers the biggest questions she’s getting about coronavirus. WochitROME – Italy marked a grim milestone Thursday as its number of deaths from the rampaging global coronavirus outbreak surpassed those in China.  The country’s death toll hit 3,405 as of Thursday, an increase of 427 compared to Wednesday, according to Italy’s Civil Protection Department.  Italy has been staggering under the effects of the pandemic for weeks. Hospitals and even some morgues in the hard-hit northern Italian city of Milan are stretched beyond capacity. Health officials are searching for new ways to get more doctors in the field, ranging from calling recent retirees back to work to rushing as many as 10,000 soon-to-graduate students into low-leverage situations before they finish with exams as a way to free up more experienced colleagues.USA TODAY analysis: America’s coronavirus ‘curve’ is at its most dangerous pointThe entire population of more than 60 million is under lockdown, allowed to leave home only for “essential” activities like visits to grocery stores or pharmacies. Police and the military are roaming the streets on the lookout for people breaking quarantine. Everything from open


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