‘Growth of coronavirus slowing down in Italy’s Lombardy region’, VP tells FRANCE 24
05 April 2020 | 3:23 pm
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Fabrizio Sala, the vice president of Italy's Lombardy region, discussed the deadly coronavirus outbreak in his region, the epicentre of the pandemic in Italy. He sounded an optimistic note, saying "we have less people in our hospitals than other days" and said he was considering a partial resumption of economic activity "after April".
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