«Epidemics, like disasters, have a way of revealing underlying truths about the societies they impact». Anne Applebaum, a journalist for «The Atlantic» who was in a desolate Bologna under lockdown at the beginning of March
The Italian far-right’s use of social media to inflame hatred is unprecedented in its extent and intensity. The result is the degradation of political discourse
Historians of the future may remember 2020 as a turning point in world history. Italians will likely view the coronavirus crisis as a turning point
I live in the epicentre of the contagion, a few kilometres from Alazano’s hospital, the heart of this disaster for Bergamo province. According to major of Bergamo, Giorgio Gori, there are way more deaths than the official counts, because not everyone who recently died had been swab-tested.
The current epidemic situation in Italy is severe. For security reasons, all educational institutions across the country have been closed and most gatherings have been canceled. The Coronavirus is spreading all over the world at an alarming rate. Many governments have proposed travel restrictions on Italy. International tourists began to cancel their travel plans to Italy. Exhibitions have also been temporarily canceled or postponed