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

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

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

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

 
BariL'appello
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
Partecipano a festa di Prima Comunione: 20 contagi nel Foggiano

Partecipano a festa di Prima Comunione: 20 contagi nel Foggiano

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

Lecce, ecco l’assassino mentre rientrava a casa dopo aver ammazzato i fidanzati. Tutti gli errori del killer

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

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

 
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

League attacks Conte over Lombardy hotspots

Govt did not heed advice to seal off Alzano and Nembro

League attacks Conte over Lombardy hotspots

ROME, 07 AGO - Matteo Salvini's opposition League party attacked Premier Giuseppe Conte on Friday after it emerged that the government failed to follow the advice of its CTS panel of experts to seal off two Lombardy towns that were among the first to be hit by the coronavirus in Italy. Declassified documents showed that the CTS advised the government to set up 'red zones' at Nembro and Alzano Lombardo by sealing them off and locking them down on March 3. The government had initially sealed off several towns in the province of Lodi and one in Veneto, Vò, in the early stages of the COVID-19 emergency here. The same measures were not applied to Nembro and Alzano Lombardo though and later in March the government imposed a national lockdown. "In a normal country, the premier would resign at once after the publication of these documents as he is the person politically responsible for the actions of his government," said League Senator Roberto Calderoli. Calderoli and other League lawmakers from the hard-hit province of Bergamo, Daniele Belotti, Simona Pergreffi and Rebecca Frassini, argued that the government "wasted precious days to contain the spread of the virus". Earlier on Friday Salvini said Conte and his government should be "taken to an international court for holding captive half of Italy" by imposing a national lockdown rather than sealing off these towns. Emilia-Romagna Governor Stefano Bonaccini, on he other hand, said that "it is much easier to speak after than at the time". "The central government and the regions spent night and day trying to write ordinances and decrees, making things up as we went along to some degree as we did not have much experience to draw from," Bonaccini, a member of the Democratic Party (PD) that supports Conte's government, told La7 television. "I think the country reacted. Certainly mistakes were made. "We were unprepared "But it seems to me that Italy managed it the best way it could and with better results than other Western democracies". (ANSA).

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