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Radio star Kate Langbroek says that she was imprisoned in Italy during the coronavirus pandemic

Kate Langbroek’s chilling warning from Italy: radio host in lockdown reveals why being in Australia during the coronavirus pandemic is ‘more terrifying’

After swapping Australia for Italy last year, Kate Langbroek is now in a closed room with her family as her adopted country fights the coronavirus pandemic.

Italy is one of the countries hardest hit by the health crisis, but it continues to appear The project on Thursday, the 54-year-old radio star claimed it is more “terrifying” to be in Australia now.

“It’s more terrifying to be where you are, where you can see the wave coming. We were just put into it. We didn’t even have time to register much, “she said.

Housebound: After swapping Australia for Italy last year, Kate Langbroek (pictured) now gets stuck with her family as her adopted country fights the coronavirus pandemic

Housebound: After swapping Australia for Italy last year, Kate Langbroek (pictured) now gets stuck with her family as her adopted country fights the coronavirus pandemic

But she added life when closed: “It’s fine to do. That is not ideal. You really appreciate the freedoms and beauty of a normal life. ‘

Kate shared the program from her home in Bologna and revealed how life has changed for herself, her 17-year-old husband, Peter Allen Lewis and their four children.

“The closure is interesting because it continues to come in phases and it feels like every other day there is another government decree lifting another freedom,” she explained.

Dark Days: The 54-year-old radio star appeared on The Project on Thursday, claiming it's `` more terrifying '' to be in Australia now

Dark Days: The 54-year-old radio star appeared on The Project on Thursday, claiming it's `` more terrifying '' to be in Australia now

Dark Days: The 54-year-old radio star appeared on The Project on Thursday, claiming it’s “ more terrifying ” to be in Australia now

“So you should already have a form on your phone from the police that actually allows only four reasons to get out of the house. Medical, food, emergencies – the others I can’t remember, probably to the tobacconist in Italy. ‘

She said dog walking was now banned in the disputed country, along with outdoor sports

“Literally, the only way I can get out of the house is to go get groceries. Even that’s a bit of a nerve-wracking proposition, ”she added.

Cracking down: Kate said that the police patrol the street and often stop people from determining their reason for being outside

Cracking down: Kate said that the police patrol the street and often stop people from determining their reason for being outside

Cracking down: Kate said that the police patrol the street and often stop people from determining their reason for being outside

Kate said that the police patrol the street and often stop people from determining why they are outside.

On Thursday, Italy’s death toll from the virus soared past 7,500, with 57,521 infected.

In Australia, there are 2,806 cases of coronavirus, resulting in 13 deaths, as of Thursday night.

“It’s more terrifying to be where you are, where you can see the wave coming. We were just put into it. We didn’t even have time to register much, “she said

Update: As of Thursday evening, there are 2,806 cases of coronavirus in Australia, resulting in 13 deaths

Update: As of Thursday evening, there are 2,806 cases of coronavirus in Australia, resulting in 13 deaths

Update: As of Thursday evening, there are 2,806 cases of coronavirus in Australia, resulting in 13 deaths

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