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Italy PM says taking calculated risk in rolling back lockdown

Reuters Saturday, 16 May 2020
Italian Prime MInister Giuseppe Conte said on Saturday Italy was taking a calculated risk in rolling back lockdown measures from next week as the daily death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic fell to its lowest since March 9.
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