Good evening everyone, from the beginning I chose the line of transparency, the line of sharing, I chose not to minimize, not to hide the reality that every day is before our eyes. I chose to make all of you part of the challenge that we are called to face, it is the most difficult crisis that the country has been experiencing since the Second World War. In these very difficult days, we are called to measure ourselves with images, with news that hurt us, leave us with a mark that will always be imprinted in our memory, even when all this, we hope soon, will be over. The death of so many fellow citizens is a pain that is renewed every day, these deaths for us, for the values with which we have grown, for the values that we still share today, are not simple numbers, we mourn real people, stories of families who lose their loved ones. The measures taken so far, I already said, take time before they can explain their effects, we must continue to respect all the rules with patience, responsibility and confidence.
Wednesday, 11 March 2020 21:00

COVID-19 Update - Conte 11 March 2020



I would like to begin by thanking, first of all and once again, the doctors, the health workers, the researchers who, as I speak to you, are working tirelessly in hospitals to combat the health emergency, to treat our patients. I also want to thank all of you, who are respecting the measures that the Government has taken to combat the spread of the virus. I thank you because I know that you are changing your habits, you are making sacrifices, I know it is not easy, but I also know that with this your renunciations – small or large – you are making a great contribution to the country.
Tuesday, 10 March 2020 07:23

COVID-19 Update - 10 March 2020

Dear All,
unfortunately, the evolution of the coronavirus situation in Italy forced the Italian Government to issue new restrictive measures affecting our everyday life. Here following you will find the new measures, effective until April 3rd, 2020.
Travel throughout Italy is forbidden. You can only move for emergencies or "proven" work needs, but they will have to be authorized by the Prefect. Also, those who have been quarantined cannot move from their homes for any reason.
The educational activity for schools of every order and grade, universities and academies is suspended until April 3rd.
Monday, 09 March 2020 07:21

COVID-19 Update - 09 March 2020

Dear All,
unfortunately, the evolution of the coronavirus situation in Italy forced the Italian Government to issue new restrictive measures affecting our everyday life. Here following you will find the new measures, effective until April 3rd, 2020.
The Government has divided Italy into 2 areas:
  • Orange area, including Lombardy (the provinces of Milan, Brescia, Bergamo, Mantua, Lodi, Pavia, Cremona, Sondro, Como) and other 14 provinces: Verbano, Vercelli, Novara, Asti, Alessandria (in Piedmont), Piacenza, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena and Rimini (in Emilia Romagna), Venice, Padua and Treviso (in Veneto), Pesaro Urbino (in Le Marche).
  • Yellow area, including the rest of Italy
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