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COVID-19: Why has not Italy determined its Christmas lockdown plan yet?

The discussion on whether to impose a full-scale lockdown in Italy that this Christmas remains available – with just days left to proceed.

Governors and specialists are setting their sights on a national lockdown to prevent mistakes made during summer; nonetheless, Conte is coming to this notion with caution as a result of economic consequences.

Many options continue to be on the desk, however, the most probable situation would be just two brief lockdowns introduced at various times.

The first would occur between December 24 and 27, and the next from December 31 to January 3.

Italy is now Europe’s worst-hit nation concerning COVID-19 deaths, accounting for at least 67,800 fatalities.