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Coronavirus, a Bergamo i familiari delle vittime depositano le prime 50 denunce

Coronavirus, a Bergamo i familiari delle vittime depositano le prime 50 denunce

Centinaia di rappresentanti del comitato «Noi denunceremo» davanti al Palazzo di Giustizia. Molti accusano ritardi nelle cure durante i giorni dell’emergenza


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