Italy’s COVID-19 death toll ‘could be 19,000 higher’ than reported
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Italy’s death toll from the novel coronavirus in March and April could be nearly 19,000 higher than The Istituto Nazionale della Previdenza Sociale (INPS), the largest social security and welfare institute in Italy, said in a new study that the official death figures were not “reliable”. Its study showed that 156,42 total deaths were recorded in Italy in [

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