Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Italy is releasing several mafia bosses from prison as part of a shuffle to ease coronavirus fears, according to reports. Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano reported that several of the bosses were released from prison due to their ages. The pandemic has hit Italy particularly hard, and in addition, United Nations figures in 2017 found that 29.4 percent of the population was over 60 years old. CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEPasquale Zagaria, the 60-year old brother of Don Michele of the Casalesi clan in Camorra, was allowed to return from Sardinia to the mainland on Saturday. Zagaria suffers from cancer, which doctors said they could not treat properly while he remained in prison. The judge specifically cited the pandemic and Zagaria’s health as the reason to release him. Pasquale Zagaria, seen here, was released from prison, with a judge citing the coronavirus as part of the rationale. (Italian State Police)“He risks contagion,” the judge said. He noted that the nearest hospital, in Sassari, was transformed into a COVID-19 treatment center and could not supply the treatments that Zagaria required. Additionally, Zagaria’s cancer put him at greater risk of


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