Italy could be free of new COVID-19 cases by May 16, 10 weeks after country went into lockdown
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March 31, 20203 min read, 595 words

Italy could be free of new COVID-19 cases by May 16, 10 weeks after country went into lockdownItaly could be free of new COVID-19 cases by May 16, 10 weeks after country went into lockdown

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Published: March 31, 2020  |  3 min read, 595 words
ShareItaly may be virtually free of new COVID-19 cases by the middle of May, statistical research has indicatedExperts from the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance (EIEF) carried out calculations using data from the Civil Protection Department on the rate of infections, c...
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