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ROME ITALY 7 November 2020. The Roman colosseum which is normally busy with foreign tourists and sightseers stands deserted. The Italian government led by Premier Giuseppe Conte has declared a new emergency decree to combat the second wave of covid-19, dividing Italy into risk areas and a new three-tier system based on a colour code according to the intensity of the epidemic, red (high-risk), orange (medium risk) and yellow (low risk) zones. The new system comes into effect on 6 November and will be in place until 3 December. Credit: amer ghazzal/Alamy Live News

ROME ITALY  7 November 2020. The Roman colosseum which is normally busy with foreign tourists and sightseers stands deserted. The Italian government led by Premier Giuseppe Conte has declared a new emergency decree to combat the second wave of covid-19, dividing Italy into risk areas and a  new three-tier system  based on a colour code according to the intensity of the epidemic, red (high-risk), orange (medium risk) and yellow (low risk) zones. The new system comes into effect on 6 November and will be in place until 3 December. Credit: amer ghazzal/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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7 November 2020

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Rome,Italy

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ROME ITALY,UK 7 November 2020. The Roman colosseum which is normally busy with foreign tourists and sightseers stands deserted. The Italian government led by Premier Giuseppe Conte has declared a new emergency decree to combat the second wave of covid-19, dividing Italy into risk areas and a new three-tier system based on a colour code according to the intensity of the epidemic, red (high-risk), orange (medium risk) and yellow (low risk) zones. The new system comes into effect on 6 November and will be in place until 3 December. In addition, he Italian govrnment has announced a nationwide curfew at night, between 22.00 and 05.00 lasting until 3 December. Credit: amer ghazzal/Alamy Live News

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