Italian prime minister joins police officers in honouring Giorgio Guastamacchia in Rome.Italy's premier Giuseppe Conte bid farewell to his bodyguard, police officer Giorgio Guastamacchia - who died of complications from Coronavirus - with a moving ceremony at Palazzo Chigi on 6 April.Guastamacchia was 51 and left behind a wife and two children aged 28 and 29. The officer died at Rome's Spallanzani hospital on 4 April. His death was described by Conte as a "moment of great pain."
Ciao Giorgio pic.twitter.com/Hzqs9Nv5bq— Giuseppe Conte (@GiuseppeConteIT) April 6, 2020
More than 16,500 people in Italy have died of Coronavirus since the crisis began in February, the highest death toll from Covid-19 anywhere in the world.
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