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Quarantine in Milan: here’s what it’s like in a coronavirus red zone.

First Easter and Easter Monday. Then, Italy’s Liberation Day on April 25, a national Italian holiday commemorating the end of Nazi occupation during World War II and the victory of the Resistance in Italy, and May 1, international workers’ day.
In any case, the “quarantine” in Milan and not only, facing the Coronavirus emergency, continues.
The emergency has imposed restrictions all over Italy and, as a result, the cities have completely emptied.
These are the squares and streets of Milan on a day in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic. Deserted streets, very few cars and people around.
And the restrictive measures, given the situation, are destined to remain in force, even when all this will be over.

Here’s what it’s like in a coronavirus red zone.
April 21, 2020

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