Italy is set to ease it’s coronavirus lockdown restrictions as citizens have been allowed to resume work and other daily activities. Italy was Europe’s hardest-hit during the covid-19 pandemic.
Italy became the first European country to shut down virtually everything in the face of an illness that has now officially killed 28,884 people, the most in Europe.
With the country’s economy approaching depression and half of it’s workforce receiving state support. Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is set to ease the country’s lockdown restrictions for economic activities to commence.