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Italian travel operators have reported a boom in foreign holidaymakers booking holiday apartments this summer. Limone sul Garda, Lombardy, Italy. Photograph: iStock

Italy will allow tourists to enter quarantine-free as soon as this month, the prime minister, Mario Draghi, has announced, saying the country is “read(...)

 Italian prime minister Mario Draghi: Italy and other countries with large tourism industries are among the strongest backers of the EU digital pass. Photograph: Fabio Frustaci

Italian prime minister Mario Draghi invited tourists to book summer holidays in the country as he announced it would introduce a national vaccine pass(...)

 Italian prime minister Mario Draghi at a wreath-laying ceremony on Sunday  marking the 76th anniversary of Liberation Day in Rome. Photograph: Filippo Attili/EPA

Italy will begin easing its coronavirus lockdown on Monday in what is considered to be Mario Draghi’s first significant gamble since taking office as (...)

Health workers attend to a suspected covid-19 positive patient at jumbo Covid-19 centre in Mumbai, India. Photograph: Divyakant Solanki/EPA

India reported a global record of more than 314,000 new infections Thursday as a grim coronavirus surge in the world’s second-most populous country ha(...)

AstraZeneca said it told the European Commission and member states last week that the batch required testing and would be delivered soon. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

AstraZeneca has slashed the number of Covid-19 shots it will deliver to EU nations this week by almost half, causing a hold-up that the company claime(...)

A kite-flier on the beach at La Baule, France, on Easter Monday, two days after the start of the country’s third lockdown. Photograph: Loic Venance/AFP

The European Union will vaccinate most of its population by the summer, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said on Thursday. “We will get there an(...)

People crowd Piazza San Callisto, in Rome, Italy, as the region of Lazio enters lockdown due to soaring numbers of coronavirus infections. Photograph: Fabio Frustaci/EPA

Most of Italy, including its capital Rome and its financial centre Milan, will have curbs on business and movement intensified from Monday as the gove(...)

 Police officers carry out restriction checks in the Trastevere district, Rome, on Saturday. Photograph: Angelo Carconi/EPA

Italy has recorded 100,000 coronavirus deaths, a year after it became the first western country to impose a total lockdown and as it braces for a thir(...)

 Italy’s prime minister Mario Draghi has set out to reboot the country’s vaccination programme which is run, with varying degrees of success, by regional governments. Photograph: Massimo Percossi/EPA/ANSA

It did not take Mario Draghi long to make a mark in Europe as Italian prime minister. At his first EU summit as premier at the end of last month, the(...)

EU-based vaccine manufacturers must seek authorisation from their national government where their Covid-19 vaccine is produced before exporting it out of the EU. Photograph: PA

Italy blocked a shipment of 250,000 doses of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine destined for Australia in the first use of the European Union’s new contro(...)

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