An Italian couple who had been together for 60 years died from coronavirus just two hours apart. Severa Belotti, 82, and Luigi Carrara, 86, spent the last days of their lives in lockdown, in Albino Town, in northern Italy.

Their son, Luca Carrara, claims they were confined to their home for eight days, without medical assistance, running a fever of 39 degrees celsius.
The heartbroken son told newspaper Corriere Della Sera that his father, Luigi, who worked as a bricklayer, was taken to Bergamo hospital on Saturday and his mother, Severa, a housewife, was admitted to the same facility on Sunday.
One died on Tuesday at 9.15 am and the other at 11 am, less than two hours apart. ‘They died alone, that’s how this virus works,’their Son said.