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Fearful but impatient, Italy edges toward end of COVID-19 lockdown

ROME, ITALY: Italians debated Sunday (Apr 19) their first cautious steps out of a coronavirus lockdown that has left an estimated half of the working population seeking government support.

The Mediterranean country has been filled with rumours and speculation about when people will finally be allowed to walk the streets freely for the first time since early March.

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