TGLA7 – Censis: Italians in favour of restrictions, the virus widens rich-poor gaps, Dad flop

Press review UK

3:28 pm

9 December 2020

The coronavirus emergency and lockdown in Italy increased the already existing social inequalities of Italians: the pandemic spared those who could count on stable work and wiped out others. So much so that 5 million Italians have difficulties
in putting decent meals on the table and 600,000 people joined the poor.
In short, this is the photograph of the second Censis- Tendercapital Report “Sustainability at the time of the primacy of health”, presented to the Senate.

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