‘It would be better to die’: Italy’s lockdown cost

As Italy begins to ease its lockdown measures, residents in a few of Naples’ poorest neighbourhoods share their tales of how the worldwide pandemic has left scars on their metropolis.

Takeaways and parks are reopening, small funerals can resume and a few companies are restarting.

However the shutdown has left deep wounds in a rustic with already severe financial issues.

Mark Lowen has been talking to individuals whose lives have been modified.

Digicam: Francesco Tosto

Producers: Gillian Hazell and Julian Miglierini

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