'A summer without travel': How long will Italy's coronavirus lockdown last?

Apr 10, 2020 2792

As the Italian government prepares to bring in “phase two” of the national lockdown measures aimed at stopping the spread of coronavirus, here's what we know about what that means, when it might happen, and how long it will last.
The next phase of Italy's quarantine restrictions could be in place for “six to eight months”, Italian health officials said on Wednesday, while those eager to get the economy running again want measures loosened from May.

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SOURCE: https://www.thelocal.it/

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