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The whole of Italy is now in lockdown to battle COVID-19

"The numbers are showing that there has been a significant growth in infections, people in intensive care and deaths,” he said in a somber address. Image: REUTERS/Remo Casilli

Crispian Balmer

Journalist, Reuters

Angelo Amante

Journalist, Reuters

Gavin Jones

Writer, Reuters

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Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks to media as he announces a decree that will close cinemas, schools in order to contain the coronavirus, in Rome, Italy. Image: REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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