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Naomi Campbell Sends Love To Italy As The Country Is On Lockdown Due To Coronavirus

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By Jeff Mazzeo

Naomi Campbell took time on Tuesday to send love and well wishes to the entire country of Italy as the motherland is reportedly on lockdown due to the rapid spreading coronavirus. The supermodel shared words of encouragement via Instagram and wished all the Italian citizens a "speedy recovery."

"My beloved ITALY Of which I spent the first 3 years of my early life . I’m with you . Thank you for always embracing me and giving me so much love 💚🤍♥️🇮🇹🙏🏾 #wishing speedy recovery #getwellsoon #holdonitaly," Campbell wrote in the caption of her post.

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Italians Appreciate The Love

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Campbell's famous friends and fashion industry peers deeply appreciated the model's kind words and thanked her in the comments section of her post.

"Thank you so much Naomi! This means a lot for us, please let’s just listen to what our government suggest us to do, and stay safe AT HOME 🙏🏾❤️," Naomi's Italian friend wrote, while another said, "Thank you Naomi, Italy loves you💋."

Michelle Pfeiffer commented, "My favorite too❤️🤍💚," referring to the great country.

Her millions of Italian fans flooded her post with, "Grazie Naomi!❣️," and "Thank you Naomi❤️."

Italy's Lockdown

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A photo from March 10 shows the normally packed piazza of Venezia in Rome deserted.

Italy has been placed on a "dramatic lockdown" as the coronavirus spreads throughout the country and Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced on Monday that the restrictions have been extended to the entire country.

"All the measure of the red zones are now extended to all of the national territory," Conte said during a press conference as they put a stop to all public events, including weddings, funerals, and sports gatherings.

The Prime Minister explained that the restrictions have been put in place to protect the citizens and the announcement of the lockdown comes after a long chaotic day filled with prison riots. Italy's death toll climbed to 463 after 97 people died since Sunday, according to CNN. The country's confirmed cases number 9,172, which is the most of any European Union country.

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