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Italian Military Now Using Drones to Monitor Italian Residents

As of yesterday, the military police in Naples have now deployed drones in order to monitor people who are outside and not in self quarantine during the lockdown.

 

As of yesterday (March 25), the military police in Naples have now deployed drones in order to monitor people who are outside and not in self quarantine during the lockdown.

At this time, the Italian military officials are upping measures to try and contain the spread of the coronavirus and urge people to obey the lockdown rules.

The Italian government has increased fines for people who do not obey the lockdown order. People who are caught leaving their home without a legitimate reason will now be fined between 400 euros to 3,000 euros. This amount has been hiked up from the minimum fin of 200 euros.

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