Italians concerned over COVID-19 economic impact

Government is easing what has been Europe's longest lockdown on Monday, but there are concerns the road to recovery may be much harder.

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    The Italian prime minister has apologised for the economic hardships endured by his people during the coronavirus pandemic.

    The government is easing what has been Europe's longest lockdown on Monday.

    Italy has had the second-highest number of deaths worldwide.

    But there are concerns the road to recovery may be much longer and harder.

    Al Jazeera's Priyanka Gupta explains.


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