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BERLIN
Merkel warns on at-risk countries, lauds Italy

Merkel warns on at-risk countries, lauds Italy

 
ROME
Electricity rates +15.6% Oct 1, gas +11.4%

Electricity rates +15.6% Oct 1, gas +11.4%

 
ROME
Covid: +1.648 cases in 24 hrs, 24 dead

Covid: +1.648 cases in 24 hrs, 24 dead

 
NAPLES
Soccer: Injured Insigne to miss 3 Italy games

Soccer: Injured Insigne to miss 3 Italy games

 
ROME
Recovery Fund failure not an option - Bonomi tells Conte

Recovery Fund failure not an option - Bonomi tells Conte

 
ROME
Mick Schumacher to make F1 debut in German GP free practice

Mick Schumacher to make F1 debut in German GP free practice

 
WASHINGTON
Go beyond COVID emergency - Conte to UN

Go beyond COVID emergency - Conte to UN

 
ROME
Serie A on edge after Genoa COVID-19 outbreak

Serie A on edge after Genoa COVID-19 outbreak

 
ROME
Student confesses to brutal murder of 'too happy' couple

Student confesses to brutal murder of 'too happy' couple

 
ROME
COVID tests getting better every week - Speranza

COVID tests getting better every week - Speranza

 
CAGLIARI
Man, 64, gets 9 yrs for segregating wife, 80

Man, 64, gets 9 yrs for segregating wife, 80

 

Il Biancorosso

Calcio
Il Bari dice addio a Berra e Scavone: arrivano al Pordenone

Il Bari dice addio a Berra e Scavone: arrivano al Pordenone

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

PotenzaIl virus
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Covid in Basilicata, 16 nuovi contagi in casa di riposo a Marsicotevere

 
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Comunali, Di Maio ad Andria: «Sindaco M5s farà rinascere la città»

 
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Coronovirus, altri 4 casi a Locorotondo, il sindaco ai cittadini: «Rispettate voi e gli altri»

Coronavirus, altri 4 casi a Locorotondo, il sindaco ai cittadini: «Rispettate voi e gli altri»

 
FoggiaIl caso
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LecceIl video
Lecce, ecco l’assassino mentre rientrava casa dopo aver ammazzato i fidanzati

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TarantoLa celebrazione
Mittal, a Taranto la cerimonia in memoria delle vittime del lavoro

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MateraNel Materano
Francis Ford Coppola è cittadino onorario di Bernalda

Francis Ford Coppola è cittadino onorario di Bernalda

 
BrindisiNel Brindisino
Campo di Mare, sbarcati 47 migranti egiziani nella notte: stanno tutti bene

Campo di Mare, sbarcati 47 migranti egiziani nella notte: stanno tutti bene

 

ROME

Coronavirus: world is enduring toughest moment - Speranza

Situation in Italy better than elsewhere but battle not won- min

Coronavirus: world is enduring toughest moment - Speranza

ROME, 06 AGO - Health Minister Roberto Speranza said Thursday that, while Italy has overcome the worst of the coronavirus emergency, the situation worldwide have never been bleaker. "The situation is all but simple because it is certainly the most difficult moment worldwide," Speranza told the Senate as he reported on the measures the government has adopted to combat COVID-19. "There have been over 700,000 deaths and the situation within the EU is anything but tranquil". The minister expressed satisfaction, however, about how Italy has tackled the emergency. He said that Italy has 5.2 cases for every 100,000 inhabitants, the lowest level in Europe. "The epidemiological situation in Italy is better than elsewhere and this achievement totally belongs to the national health service and it was made possible by the behaviour of our fellow citizens," he said. "No one had an instruction manual but the public institutions held up. "And while the figures tell us that we are much better (than before) I don't think the battle has been won. "We cannot consider ourselves safe and we must keep our guard up". Italy was the first European country to be badly hit by the pandemic. It imposed tough lockdown measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 and prevent the nation's health service being overwhelmed. Although those moves seemed draconian at the time, they were subsequently copied by other States. Italy also adopted a prudent approach after bringing the contagion curve down, easing the lockdown measures gradually. Some restrictions still apply and people must wear facemasks in enclosed spaces, such as shops and on public transport, and maintain social distancing of at least one metre. "Zero risk does not exist," Speranza said. "The path of reopening (activities) should continue along the lines of prudence and caution that have brought us this far in a positive way. "Three rules remain - masks, social distancing and hand washing. "These essential rules must continue throughout August and beyond". On Wednesday Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the World Health Organization, said that other countries are learning from how Italy has tackled the coronavirus. "Grazie mille @robersperanza, #Italy Health Minister, for a very good call and for your strong support to @WHO," Adhanom Ghebreyesus commented as he retweeted a post by Speranza. "Your leadership and humility is inspiring to other countries who are learning from and acting on Italy's experience". (ANSA).

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