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Restaurants reopen in Rome as Italy eases coronavirus measures

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Restaurants on Campo de' Fiori square in Rome reopen, as an easing of coronavirus restrictions means they are permitted to serve customers during the day. Sixteen regions are now under the lower-risk "yellow" category, while five -- Sicily, Sardinia and Puglia in the south, Umbria in the centre and South Tyrol in the north -- are still "orange." IMAGES

Added on the 01/02/2021 13:41:15 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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