COVID-19 LOCKDOWN: Italy To Start Lifting Lockdown From May 4

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On Sunday, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced that Italy will allow factories and building sites to re-open from May 4 before allowing more businesses to open in following weeks as it prepares a staged end to Europe’s longest coronavirus lockdown.

More than two months after the first case of COVID-19 appeared in a small town outside Milan and following weeks of lockdown, Italy is looking ahead to a second phase of the crisis in which it will attempt to restart the economy without triggering a second wave of the disease.

Conte said as he outlined the roadmap to restarting activities put into hibernation “We expect a very complex challenge,We will live with the virus and we will have to adopt every precaution possible.”

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