Relatives touch each other’s hands through a plastic film screen to avoid contracting Covid-19 at the San Raffaele centre in Rome, Italy. Photo: LaPresse via AP Relatives touch each other’s hands through a plastic film screen to avoid contracting Covid-19 at the San Raffaele centre in Rome, Italy. Photo: LaPresse via AP
Relatives touch each other’s hands through a plastic film screen to avoid contracting Covid-19 at the San Raffaele centre in Rome, Italy. Photo: LaPresse via AP

Relatives of Italian coronavirus victims seek US$122 million in damages from government

  • A group representing 500 families said it would file the lawsuit against Prime Minister Conte, health minister and Lombardy president
  • Italy has recorded nearly 70,000 deaths linked to Covid-19, more than any other country in Europe

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Relatives touch each other’s hands through a plastic film screen to avoid contracting Covid-19 at the San Raffaele centre in Rome, Italy. Photo: LaPresse via AP Relatives touch each other’s hands through a plastic film screen to avoid contracting Covid-19 at the San Raffaele centre in Rome, Italy. Photo: LaPresse via AP
Relatives touch each other’s hands through a plastic film screen to avoid contracting Covid-19 at the San Raffaele centre in Rome, Italy. Photo: LaPresse via AP
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