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Coronavirus digest: Rome imposes night curfew

By Abiodun Ogundairo
23 October 2020   |   10:46 am
Italy's Lazio region, which includes the capital, Rome, has imposed a curfew from midnight to five in the morning. Spain became the first western European country to exceed 1 million infections. All the latest from DW.

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