Covid-19: Italy plots return to normal life as other states prepare to extend lockdowns
Spain and France set to extend emergency measures as talks on eurozone response to coronavirus crisis break down
Italy is advancing plans to gradually loosen stringent restrictions on public life as Europe’s exit from measures to contain the coronavirus begins to take shape.
Prime minister Giuseppe Conte’s government is organising an approach that involves a full return to normal life taking months, Bloomberg reported.
Schools are likely to remain closed until September. Some companies and shops may resume operations as soon as April 13, and Italians could be allowed...
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