How has Italy Survived a Year of COVID?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

A year ago, Canada looked at what was happening in Italy - then one of the initial epicentres of the pandemic. Now, we revisit the scenario with the very guests we heard from then and assess the toll the COVID-19 has taken on that country, its residents, and their economy. With Francesca La Marca, an MP in Italy's Parliament; Ercole Rocchetti, reporter and documentary filmmaker with RAI, Italy's national public broadcaster; and Globe and Mail's European bureau chief Eric Reguly.
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