Top Italian doctor's claim virus 'no longer exists' sparks row

In this photo taken on December 14, 2009 Alberto Zangrillo, the personal doctor of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi gives a press conference at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan. A claim by a leading Italian doctor that the new coronavirus "no longer exists" in the country sparked a furore on une 1, 2020, with the government urging caution. / AFP / Damien MEYER





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