On this edition of Your Call’s Media Roundtable, we’ll discuss the coronavirus pandemic in Italy. This week, the surge of infections has triggered a massive countrywide lockdown. According to the Italian government, more than 15,000 people have been infected and the death toll has surpassed 1,000.
We will also discuss the Bay Area’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. So far, 224 people have tested positive in California, including 120 in the Bay Area. What do you want to know?
Eric Reguly, European bureau chief for The Globe and Mail, based in Rome
Lesley McClurg, award winning science reporter at KQED
TheGlobe and Mail, Eric Reguly: Italy shuts almost all shops after surge in COVID-19 cases as WHO declares a pandemic
KQED, Lesley McClurg: What Californians Need to Know About the Coronavirus
The NY Times, Jill Cowan: Coronavirus in California: Large Events Banned and What Else You Need to Know
San Jose Mercury: Grand Princess to stay in Oakland until Sunday, blow past 72-hour goal