Clash over the curfew between Daniele Capezzone and Professor Fabrizio Pregliasco, virologist of the State University of Milan. “The curfew has nothing scientific, nothing”, says Capezzone, speaking on Morning 5. “No, no, that’s not true. We can’t say that”, replies Pregliasco in a crescendo of back and forth. “There is no reason why the virus is more aggressive at 10.01pm”, Capezzone says, before the virologist replies: “It’s a question of reducing the opportunities for mobility. If he’s talking nonsense, please.” “What I say, I would like to say it without hearing the word nonsense that I return to the sender with arrears and interest. It is precisely by removing the curfew that you can make restaurants work two shifts, dilute attendance and avoid gatherings. If you concentrate everything, you create the most dangerous situation “, the thesis of the former parliamentarian. “There is no science between 10pm and 11pm. It is a method to discourage going out”, comments Pregliasco.