The protestors called on the government to dissolve the neo-fascist groups involved in last weekend's violent protests against the Covid-19 health pass.
A study in Italy has provided additional evidence that the virus may have been spreading far earlier than initially thought, being present across Europe already in the autumn of 2019.
Italian police arrested 20 people during a protest against fresh Covid-19 measures, in which some demonstrators hurled Molotov cocktails, bottles and rocks, broke security cameras and overturned trash bins.
Across Europe, the average number of daily infections leapt 44 percent in a single week to over 121,000.
Italy is among the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus, with over 25,500 recorded deaths.
In the absence of detailed data and testing, it is impossible to know exactly how many deaths in elderly care homes may be due to Covid-19 or to other causes like seasonal influenza or pneumonia.
World Health Organization figures show the increase in new Covid-19 infections is now about 70,000 per day, up from about 50,000 just a few days ago. Here are the latest updates for March 30:
Italy’s civil protection agency said 5,217 cases were recorded in the last 24 hours — the lowest number in four days.
The ice rink at the Palacio de Hielo, or Ice Palace, shopping centre — which according to its web page has the capacity for 1,800 skaters — will be used "to store bodies," a spokeswoman for Madrid city hall said.
Governments might have to offer fiscal incentives to ramp up production of vital machines.
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