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The typically-bustling streets of Milan have been left empty as Italy struggles with the spread of the deadly coronavirus. 

The country went from six cases to more than 400 with 12 dead since last Friday, becoming Europe's worst-affected region.

Now Milan's once-packed roads have been left empty as the country battles with being the continent's hardest-hit city.  

One of the main road of the Brera neighbourhood in the city centre are seen empty, while roads and squares in the Bicocca University neighbourhood, usually full of hundreds of university students, were eerily quiet.  (Daily Mail)

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