Italians, Poles quarantined after coming back from China
MILAN (AP) — Scores of Italians and Poles are under quarantine after being repatriated home from the Chinese city of Wuhan, where a fast-spreading virus has emerged. In Croatia, tourists from Taiwan were reportedly wearing “not from China” signs due to discrimination against Asian tourists. European nations have been running flights to bring back citizens living and working in the central Chinese city, while working to contain the virus at home. An Italian military aircraft carrying the Italians landed Monday morning at a military airport near Rome, and from there all 56 people, including children, were being transferred to a military base. They will remain in quarantine there for 14 days.