Wed, 14 October 2020
Back in March and April, Italy was both the first- and worst-hit country in Europe by the novel coronavirus pandemic. Prime Minister Conti admitted, he’d been too slow off the mark, and that government mistakes had cost lives. But, then he implemented a tough lockdown. It worked from May until halfway through the vacation and tourism month of August. CBS News Rome Correspondent Christopher Livesay on how Italians are dealing with a second wave. One answer – much better than the Spanish, French, Dutch and British.