Europe’s hardest-hit nation, Italy, has reached 100,500 COVID-19 cases and recorded over 11,000 deaths, accounting for more than a third of all global fatalities. On Monday, Italy’s health minister said the coronavirus lockdown would be extended “at least” until April 12, urging its 60 million citizens to stay at home. But there are some signs that infection rates are slowing, with the country reporting the lowest infection cases in 14 days – which begs the question – have COVID-19 cases in Italy peaked? If not, when? For answers, Tian Wei talked to professor Giuseppe Remuzzi, a well-known Italian scientist who’s the director of the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research in Milan.
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