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Coronavirus: Life around Italy’s quarantined ‘red zone’

By DW
29 February 2020   |   12:57 pm
Italian authorities have placed some 50,000 people in the country's north under de facto quarantine due to a rise in coronavirus infections. Villagers are adjusting to this new reality, Bernd Riegert reports from Italy.

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