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Last night Boris Johnson urged the public not to visit their parents for Mother's Day and instead make contact via video call services such as Skype, adding that 'we cannot disguise or sugar coat the threat' of coronavirus - and its potentially lethal threat to the elderly and vulnerable - adding that those at highest risk should stay at home for at least 12 weeks.

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John Lewis joins a number of other high street retailers to temporarily close their doors, including Harrods, Apple stores, Calvin Klein, IKEA, TK Maxx and Sir Philip Green's Arcadia group comprising Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and Miss Selfridge.

The company, which opened its first store in 1864 on Oxford Street in London, was recently thrown into turmoil after its first female boss was sacked and staff feared loss of their annual bonus amid warnings of 'significantly lower' profit.

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And to the wider community for pulling together with us during such unprecedented times.' She added:  'I also want to give my personal thanks to every single partner for their extraordinary efforts, I am truly grateful.

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Britons are now entering a more severe state of social lockdown as doctors warn that a 'tsunami' of severely ill patients was about to engulf them, describing near-apocalyptic scenes amid chronic shortages of basic equipment and fears that unprotected medics could either become desperately ill themselves or become carriers and infect others.

But Italy is another level. Football is the world's most popular sport, most countries like or love it. Although they enjoy plenty of sports, football and Formula One dominate. And considering Ferrari have been struggling for years, the round ball rules.

As the UK coronavirus death toll reached 240, with more than 5,000 people infected, pubs, clubs, restaurants and other social venues have shut their doors to customers in order to stave off the deadly infection.

But now there is zero live action. While Italy might not be the only place on Earth that lives football this way, there aren't many on its level. Where does all that energy go, and with no matches to talk about, what are fans doing?

Because if your mother is elderly or vulnerable, then I am afraid all the statistics show that she is much more likely to die from coronavirus... He added: 'The best thing is to ring her, video call her, Skype her, but to avoid any unnecessary physical contact or proximity. We cannot disguise or sugar coat the threat'.

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The number of infected people and deaths has shocked everyone and done the seemingly impossible: relegate the importance of football. Pollution around Lombardy is high and that also has an impact on people's immune systems and lungs. Plus Italy is an ageing country, and many of its inhabitants still smoke.

In 1986 he hit the headlines and was interviewed on BBC's Newsnight by Jeremy Paxman after buying a newly launched and much in demand Jaguar XJ40 Daimler (with a two year waiting list) from the boss of a major PLC who he spotted pulling up with his chauffeur outside the Hilton Hotel for a conference. He then sold it back to a authorised Jaguar dealer at a profit.

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'If that isn't possible I'd accept a play-off between the top four, two-legged semi-finals and a one off final to be champion of Italy. England, unlike Italy, is an interesting situation, because Liverpool are 25 points ahead'

Maybe in other areas where the virus has been less severe, they are missing it more. 'Especially in our region. Obviously watching a match or playing with your pals is a great way to let off steam for a couple of hours. ‘The lack of football has been relegated to second place in conversation,' says Negroni.