RED ZONE: New variants appear in ITALY and make up 50% of new cases. Italy is going into a 3rd wave. Impacting both Milano and Rome, thus the fashion industry too. This has to be fixed and more work must be done on the vaccine rollout. We’ll follow this situation and report back to you later. Hoping ITALY will open for tourism this summer.
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THIS VIDEO ESSAY IS DATE 03.12.2021. PLEASE STAY CURRENT ON VIRUS CHANGES.
Italy is bracing for a third wave of the coronavirus more than one year after first going into lockdown as an early hotspot of the pandemic. CBS News foreign correspondent Chris Livesay joins CBSN’s Tanya Rivero from Rome with more about how the nation has changed its approach to battling COVID-19 over the past year.