COVID-19: Study shows 40% of cases in Italian town showed no symptoms

The Italian town of Vò has reported no symptoms in 40% of their coronavirus cases. Image: REUTERS/Marzio Toniolo - RC211H982C9J

Kate Kelland

Correspondent, Reuters

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Life in Italy's original 'red zones': people gather in a square in front of town hall as Italian President Sergio Mattarella visits Codogno, the small northern town where cases and deaths immediately surged after the country's first coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patient was diagnosed there on February 21, in this picture taken by schoolteacher Marzio Toniolo in Codogno, Italy, June 2, 2020. Toniolo has been documenting what life has been like for the small cluster of northern Italian towns since they were put on lockdown weeks before the rest of the country. REUTERS/Marzio Toniolo REFILE - CORRECTING INFORMATION - RC211H9KA5RC
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