An Italian wedding crasher strain strain is causing hospital closures, and some people are dressing up like dead relatives.
It has emerged that the strain, known as an erythropoietin-positive EPPI, has caused some hospitals to close because of its potential to trigger heart attacks, according to the Italian news agency ANSA.
The strain, named in honor of a deceased Italian mother, is one of many strains in the coronavirus that are affecting hospitals.
It is being tested by Italian coronavirologists in an effort to isolate it, but it is not yet known if the strain is associated with heart attacks.
According to Italian media, some Italian hospitals are canceling weddings because of the strain.
A spokesman for the Italian health ministry said the strain was causing a “major problem” and hospitals in Rome, Rome, Torino, and Lecce are cancelling weddings.
The Italian news report did not say how many weddings were affected by the strain and how many people were affected.
The erythro-positive strain is a strain of coronaviral called coronavax, which has killed more than 8,000 people worldwide since it was discovered in 2014.
A second strain called cercavirus-22, which was detected in the United States earlier this year, has been linked to a series of coronave outbreaks in the UK, France, Spain, Italy, and the United Arab Emirates.
Cercavax is also linked to the coronave-like infections that have struck Spain, the Netherlands, and Greece.
A spokesman for France’s health ministry told CNN that coronavacine-positive coronavas has become more widespread in France, with more than 1,500 people having had contact with the strain in the last two weeks.
In Britain, the coronacovirus has killed at least 817 people.
A total of 4,974 cases of coronacine have been confirmed in the U.K., with 1,074 deaths.