Thanh Ha is still taking her six-week-old baby outside for a breath of fresh air in Italy’s northeast region of Lombardy, despite the jump in coronavirus cases there. Photo taken on Saturday shows the empty tables of a restaurant in Milan, Italy. — XINHUA/VNA Photo Living in a small town 20km from Bergamo, Hà said life was going on as usual despite new cases reported elsewhere. “The current situation is not bad as it sounds. Last Sunday, when many new cases were confirmed, people flocked to supermarkets to stock up on food, including me. Schools were closed for a week while sport and cultural events were cancelled. Bars were closed from 6pm to 6am,” said Ha. “After a week, it’s started to go back to normal.” Sharing the same opinion, 25-year-old Vu Hai in Bergamo told Việt Nam News nothing much had changed. “Buying food, facemasks and hand sanitiser are among our priorities,” said Hai. “Most Italian people are pretty chilled. They do not bother to have facemasks and they’re still going to bars.” Ha said Italy’s healthcare sector and the government had been clear about the disease and the number of cases recorded. She quoted Professor Walter Ricciardi, an… Read full this story
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