Greta Privitera
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What Italy’s Reopening Feels Like

What Italy’s Reopening Feels Like

On Sunday evening, there was a strange atmosphere around the house. It felt a bit like the evening before going back to school after summer vacation, or like walking down the hall the first day at a new job: exciting, but also scary. In Italy, Sunday, May 3, was the last day of lockdown after almost two months of total closure of the country, after 30,000 deaths and the worst recession since the Second World War that is gnawing at the fabric of an already crumbling state, despite being the third largest economy in Europe. We, who had the sad trophy of inaugurating the dance of imprisonment...

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May 8
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Italy’s doctors face new threat: Conspiracy theories

Italy’s doctors face new threat: Conspiracy theories

Amid fear and anger, pandemic-skeptics are accusing doctors of lying about the virus.Press play to listen to this articleVoiced byMILAN — From “heroes” to “terrorists.” In Italy, the doctors and nurses lauded for their exhausting, dangerous work in the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic are facing a new challenge: conspiracy theories accusing them of faking the emergency.In one social media video, two women tell the camera they are in the emergency room at Sacco Hospital in Milan, one of the hardest-hit cities in Italy. They want to prove that the ER is empty, contrary to what is being...

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Nov 26
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Italy’s Orange Jackets want ‘power to the people’

Italy’s Orange Jackets want ‘power to the people’

Antonio Pappalardo, front, the charismatic figurehead of Italy's Orange Jackets | ANSA/AFP via Getty ImagesMILAN — Ask the hundreds of protesters who donned orange high-vis jackets and gathered in squares across Italy over the past week why they’re there and you’ll get as many different answers.Some are angry with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and his government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis. Others are worried about vaccines, which they say inject mercury into people’s veins, or the judiciary system, or 5G wireless technology. Some say the country’s lockdown measures have left them...

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Italian doctors on coronavirus frontline face tough calls on who to save

Italian doctors on coronavirus frontline face tough calls on who to save

Italian doctors are being told to conserve resources for patients who have the greatest chance of survival | Georges Gobet/AFP via Getty ImagesMILAN — In Lombardy, the wealthy region at the , a shortage of beds and medical supplies is forcing doctors to make increasingly difficult choices.As the number of infected keeps rising — the number of reported cases in  Monday, more than 70 percent of them in Lombardy — hospitals are scrambling to increase the number of beds available in intensive-care units. Some have closed entire wards to dedicate them to severe coronavirus cases. Others have...

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March 10, 2020
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