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Italy set to prolong anti-coronavirus lockdown: PM Conte to paper

Reuters Thursday, 19 March 2020 ()
Italy will remain under lockdown beyond previous deadlines due to expire later this month and in early April, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday, in ongoing efforts to try beat Coronavirus in Europe's worst-affected country.
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