Italy looks at possibility of extending measures by two weeks, media reports.
The Italian government is reportedly considering extending its lockdown measures and travel restrictions for a further two weeks, with the possibility however of relaxing the rules slightly for companies and businesses, according to Italian newspaper of record Corriere della Sera.
The existing limitations are due to expire on 3 April. The new measures, if confirmed, would expire on 18 April.
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