Italy begins ‘softly, softly’ lockdown easing

This morning, after more than two months of enforced quarantine, Italy has begun easing some of its lockdown restrictions.

It was the first country to impose a nationwide stay at home order, and was once at the epicentre of the pandemic.

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte says his approach to ending lockdown will be adjusted depending on contagion trends.

He stressed that the latest easing – though it brings relief for many – “must not be seen as a signal that we’re all free”.

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