Coronavirus: quarantined Italians sing from balconies to lift spirits

People across Italy have been singing from their balconies in an effort to keep up morale as the country faces the worst coronavirus outbreak outside China. Italy’s 60 million citizens were placed under lockdown to halt the spread of a virus that has so far claimed over 1,000 lives in the country

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+1 1. RobertTusk commented 13 days ago

Can't see that happening in New Jersey.
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0 2. woodhatch commented 12 days ago

Wonder who's anthem they will sing in London.
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+1 3. Judge-Jake commented 11 days ago

I hope they remember to wipe down the mouth pieces in case granny comes round and fancies a blow. :*

So fellow Snotarians how are you all coping with 19 at the moment? We in the UK are not all isolated yet, but in the last couple of days the schools have all closed, all social gathering places restaurants, pubs, clubs, cafe etc etc etc have been ordered to close. The supermarkets have been decimated by panic buying, starting with loo rolls. Tis the end of the fecking world around here. <3
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0 4. thundersnow commented 9 days ago

#3 All schools and non-essential businesses are closed as well here, open are supermarkets, drugstores/pharmacies, home improvement centers, also hospitals of course, that's it. Streets are empty, no traffic, everyday driving to work feels like a Sunday morning, unemployment is sky rocketing. Not that I'm someone special by any means, but according to the government I'm defined as essential :D. Paper products and many other products are long gone from our supermarket shelves, I have 10 rolls of toilet paper left, I should be okay for a while....and you? :)<3
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-1 5. thutrangctp commented 7 days ago

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