Italy: Milan's central station nearly empty as coronavirus lockdown eased

Footage shows a still nearly empty Milan Central Station on Monday as Italy begins easing its coronavirus restrictions after two months of lockdown in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. A few travellers with luggage and police officers wearing face masks could be seen in the video. Starting from Monday, the country will be entering what's called «Phase Two» which would allow people to visit... Еще their relatives within their region, to hold small funerals and manufacturing and construction operations to restart. Under the new regulations, bars and restaurants will start providing takeaway service, with plans to fully re-open on June 1. Moreover, Italians will be allowed to take walks and exercise outside, but they will still be required to carry a document specifying the reason for leaving their home. Italy is among the nations hardest-hit by the virus with the deadliest outbreak in Europe. As of Monday, Italy has registered 210,717 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 28,884 deaths, according to the data compiled by John Hopkins University.

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