ROME, ITALY - MARCH 15: A Police patrol of the Ostia Commissariat checks if the occupants of a car are respecting the quarantine on March 15, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Ostias streets, one of Rome neighborhood were eerily quiet on the forth day of a nationwide quarantine. The Italian Government has taken the unprecedented measure of a nationwide lockdown by closing all businesses except essential services such as, pharmacies, grocery stores, hardware stores, tobacconists and banks, in an effort to fight the world's second-most deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak outside of China.The movements in the streets are allowed only for work reasons and health reasons proven by a medical certificate. Citizens are encourage to stay home and have an obligation to respect the safety distance of one meter from each other in a row at supermarkets or in public spaces. According to the Ministry of the Interior, of the over half a million people controlled by the police in the past four days, over 20 thousand people have been reported for violating the quarantine. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)