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It’s been eight days since 60 million people in Italy have been quarantined in their homes. The streets are largely deserted.

Maurizio Marchini sings from balcony to lift neighbors’ spirits during Italy’s lockdown

It’s been eight days since 60 million people in Italy have been quarantined in their homes. The streets are largely deserted.

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