Every year, tourists throw coins worth a million euros into the Trevi fountain, usually making a wish in the process. The money goes to charity.
The Church and the mayor of Rome are at odds over the reallocation of funds collected from the famous Trevi Fountain. Some of the money is set to address the city's ills and no longer go entirely to chairity.
Italy's emergency measures to contain the coronavirus have paralyzed public life in Rome. The quarantine will last until at least April 3. Simone Alliva reports on the atmosphere in the Italian capital.
With all of Italy in quarantine to halt the spread of COVID-19, people are adjusting to a new way of life. Under lockdown, Megan Williams reports from her home in Rome.
Italians affected by the coronavirus outbreak are describing the situation as "being in a war." With parts of the country in virtual lockdown, young volunteers are providing a little solace, especially for the elderly.
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