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Italy as the model? That a brave call, even for the(ir) ABC

31 March 2020

10:56 AM

31 March 2020

10:56 AM

The health situation in Italy is dire. Tragically, over 11,000 people have died in excess of 100,000 people have caught coronavirus, giving it some of the highest numbers of cases outside of China. The question is, what caused this to be the case? 

While the reasons are clearly complex and multi-faceted, the well-meaning—but ultimately misguided—advice from key figures on the left are actually contributing to the crisis.

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