"Italy is at war with a virus" - the country's health minister tells euronews

"Italy is at war with a virus" - the country's health minister tells euronews

Italy's Health Minister talks to euronews' Global Conversations about the 'war' against coronavirus and how Europe can pull together to achieve victory
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