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Italy COVID Cases Jump After Italians Were Too Quick to Celebrate an End to Lockdown

VENICE—If the coronavirus pandemic has taught Italians anything, it’s that the cost of being too close can be too high.

Italy, with a population of just over 60 million, has logged more than 221,000 cases and 30,000 deaths since the outbreak began Feb. 25. Unlike the United States, which has clearly chosen economic viability over human life, Italy and many other European countries have had a different approach, focusing on science and restraint—at least until now.

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