As Covid Fatigue Fuels Infections in Europe, Italy Resists the Second Wave

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Italy had one of the spring’s worst coronavirus death tolls—which helps explain why Italians are working harder than others in Europe to limit a second wave

Months after Italy’s lockdown against the coronavirus ended, Enrica Grazioli still sanitizes everything that comes into her Milan apartment, wears face masks diligently and limits interactions between her sons and their grandparents.

Ms. Grazioli, a self-proclaimed social butterfly who loves to cook for guests, still hasn’t had friends over for dinner since the virus struck. “Am I overdoing it?” says Ms. Grazioli. “Maybe, but we had a national tragedy of epic proportions and you don’t quickly forget something like that.”

 

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Good on them. Hope everyone over there is safe.

And they should stop all these foreigners, illegals, and refugees coming in their country by the droves and changing their whole identity, character, and culture. Italy is not a land of immigrants and should be for Italians like Africa should be for Africans, Asia for Asians

Covid 19 is a fraud

The media WANTS that 2nd wave, the media NEEDS that 2nd wave!!

Cases are not infections. PCR tests are picking up debris from inactive virus in healthy people ! No raise in deaths or hospitalizations.

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