Health ministry advisor Ricciardi calls for new lockdown

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 15 – Walter Ricciardi, a top Italian physician and advisor to Health Minister Roberto Speranza, has suggested Italy have another full-blown nationwide lockdown amid concern about the spread of new variants of COVID-19 in Italy.
    Ricciardi suggested a short but tough lockdown, in which non-essential activities would be stopped and schools closed.
    The proposal stirred angry reactions from many quarters, with League leader Matteo Salvini blasting “experts who sow fear”.


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