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Mario Palazzetti, the inventor of the anti-lock braking system on cars, has now designed a small gadget that aims to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Once home to ancient chariot races, Circus Maximus in Rome is reopening as an opera venue as organisers look for locations that allow for social distancing.
Improved water quality and less human activity, as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown has to marine life in Italy flourishing, the country's coast guard has found.
A study of coronavirus infections in the Italian town of Vò found that 40% of cases were asymptomatic, which could help our understanding of how it spreads.
The Alpine glacier that represents the boundary between the two countries is retreating, leaving a question mark over where one mountaintop eatery stands.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has announced a further loosening of restrictions imposed as a result of coronavirus from the beginning of June.
After the US, the three countries hardest-hit by COVID-19 have begun to lift their lockdowns, or have announced plans to do so.
One factory in Italy has an innovative solution to make sure workers keep safe distances apart - a traffic light system for the toilets to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Milan has announced an ambitious plan to turn 35 kilometres of city roads into pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly zones that fight pollution and COVID-19.
Germany's methodical hunt to catalogue and isolate its earliest COVID-19 person-to-person transmissions has significantly contributed to the country's low number of infections.
Milan’s San Raffaele Hospital is on the front line of Italy’s fight against the coronavirus, treating patients and conducting vital research.
6 weeks after the start of the outbreak of COVID-19 in Italy, the strict measures of social distancing and business closures appear to be working.
As the nationwide lockdown forces citizens indoors, the struggle to stay social has lead to innovative efforts to boost morale.
Deaths caused by COVID-19 have risen sharply in Italy, the Civil Protection Agency said. These numbers continue to grow even with the country on lockdown.
The worst of the outbreak seems to be over in Italy, as the number of new cases and deaths from COVID-19 continue to fall.