Tears inside Milan’s coronavirus quarantine hotel
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Coronavirus: Tears inside Milan’s quarantine hotel

Ten weeks after imposing the world’s first national lockdown of the coronavirus pandemic, Italy is reopening shops, restaurants and hairdressers, and restarting church services.

It marks the country’s next stage of recovery.

As cases have dropped, some hotels have taken in people infected with the virus who need to be isolated to further stop the spread.

Our correspondent Mark Lowen has visited one in Milan.

Camera: Francesco Tosto

Producers: Gillian Hazell, Julian Miglierini

  • 18 May 2020
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