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Italy to reopen shops and stores as lockdown eases further

Italy to reopen shops and stores as lockdown eases further

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After more than two months of lockdown, the transalpine country is lifting many restrictions this Monday, May 18. Italy will thus see its cafés, bars and restaurants reopen today, as well as its shops, which have been locked for more than two months. This is a major challenge for the country considering that the Italian fashion industry, with brands such as Armani, Prada and Moncler, alone represents 5% of the gross domestic product. A very symbolic end of containment for one of the countries most affected by the Covid-19 coronavirus.

 

Back to relative normality in the peninsula

 

After the first partial lifting of restrictions on 4 May, Italy can now enjoy the taste of freedom even more.

 

Indeed, on the morning of Monday, May 18, the country entered “phase 2” of lifting the lockdown, further easing its restrictive measures, which have been among the strictest in the world.

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