Naples Italy coronavirus covid-19 lockdownREUTERS/Ciro de Luca

When Italy went into lockdown in early March to slow the spread of the coronavirus, residents across the country were stuck at home.
Being cooped up at home might seem like a hindrance for someone who loves long-distance running, but Alyssa Clark, an ultra marathoner and Navy spouse, didn’t let it slow her down.
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Even before Italy locked down in response to the coronavirus, Alyssa Clark could tell something more severe was coming.

“It was probably mid-February where we started having [authorities say] if you’ve traveled in this region, you need to make sure that you are reporting where you’ve been … and if you have any fevers or coughs, reporting it,” said Alyssa, who until recently lived in Quadrelle, a town near the headquarters of US Naval Forces Europe-Naval Forces Africa in Naples, with her husband, Navy Lt. Codi Clark.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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