Inside Europe: Life under lockdown in Italy
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On Tuesday, Italy, a country of 60 million people, was put under lockdown in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. The next day, even stricter measures were introduced. The only shops now open are those selling food, as well as pharmacies, tobacconists and newspaper sellers. From Bologna, our correspondent Dany Mitzman sends this postcard on life under lockdown.