Italy’s Slow Progress in Fighting Coronavirus Is a Warning to West

Doctors in Brescia, a northern Italian town at the center of the country’s coronavirus pandemic, have seen glimmers of hope in their battle against the disease in recent days.

The virus has killed about 1,000 people there and the number of infected admitted to its large hospital is beginning to fall, down by half to 50 a day, suggesting the extreme lockdown imposed on the population could be working.


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