Tenor Bocelli, who had COVID, says lockdown humiliated him
By Staff | Jul 28, 2020
FILE - In this Sunday, April 12, 2020, Italian singer Andrea Bocelli stands next to Archbishop of Milan Mario Delpini prior to performing outside the Duomo cathedral, on Easter Sunday, in Milan, Italy. Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, who had COVID-19, says the pandemic lockdown in his country made him feel “humiliated and offended” for depriving him of freedom. Bocelli spoke at a panel held on Monday in a Senate conference room, where he was introduced by right-wing opposition leader Matteo Salvini, who has railed against the government's stringent measures aimed at reining in the coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno, File)
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