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Italian government approves strict new Covid measures as cases rise

Move could result in half of the country entering full lockdown conditions from Monday

The Italian government has approved regulations that could result in half of the country, including Lazio, the region surrounding Rome, entering total lockdown from Monday as coronavirus infections surge.

The cabinet of the prime minister, Mario Draghi, has given the green light to a decree that will categorise regions as being in high-risk “red zones” if they have more than 250 weekly cases per 100,000 residents.

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