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Italy Eases Restrictions for Milan, Turin With Outbreak Slowing

  • New regional measures will be in place starting November 29
  • Italy so far resisted imposing a second national lockdown
People sit outside a grocery store in Rome, on Nov. 27.
People sit outside a grocery store in Rome, on Nov. 27.Photographer: Alessia Pierdomenico/Bloomberg

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Italy’s government will ease restrictions for financial capital Milan and for industrial hub Turin starting on November 29, following a steady reduction in the number of coronavirus cases.