Italy reportedly weighs imposing curfew measure to limit virus spread

Author: Justin Low | Category: News

Corriere della Sera reports on the matter

The report says that Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, does not want the country to return to a full lockdown or a two-week "reset" i.e. shutdown, instead weighing measures similar to some of that taken in France.

A 10pm curfew is said to be among those being considered with a return to virtual teaching for high schools as well. The government is also said to agree on the need for further efforts to expand/encourage working from home to curb the virus spread.

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