What is CORONAVIRUS & How to PROTECT YOURSELF? (Italy 700 People Die)

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Italy tightens lockdown as over 700 people die from coronavirus in 24 hours:

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I guess I’d say even though the number of deaths is constantly rising in Italy, it’s a pretty tragic and somber situation here, I would just say this is a wake-up call to follow the rules, stay in your house.

It’s unfortunate that I have to constantly say these things on the news. I would prefer to do this some other way. It has come to this. Unfortunately, the numbers Are you going down, that hasn’t arrived here in Italy. We recorded 800 deaths today. It’s unfortunate and it’s sad.

Well, essentially it’s been a week since I left my house. I am probably not going to leave for another couple of days. As for the - what they put in place like we can Still, go to the market and the pharmacy, leave our house for necessary reasons but apart from that I haven’t, I am receiving news the same way the rest of the world is. I can’t give too many updates. I don’t know much. I am stuck in a high house.

At John Cabot University in Rome which means you are of a certain age that at first it was thought that you were not as vulnerable to the coronavirus. Your age group. And now there’s a new study saying you're I think the group is. What is it that you would like to directly say to some of your fellow millennials because it’s probably Better hearing it from you than me. I would just say to take me as an example, a couple weeks ago I thought the impossible would have never hand and then it happened.

So be safe, be smart. Make smart decisions. Start staying in your house, spend time with your family during this time, that’s really important. I can’t, So I am We’re kind of all in the same boat in Italy, all students that have remained. We’re trying to be grateful and learn the bigger lesson of all of this. There will be a Bigger lesson. I think that America can take the lesson that we are experiencing here in Italy. It will be really helpful to figure out the path that this will go on And if we can stop it potentially.

My family is in Massachusetts. I am able to facetime with them or e-mail with them, they’re concerned about me.

We are taking it as a day by day situation. My mom is more updated than anybody else I know probably on the coronavirus. She sends me constantly the daily statistics of it all. She keeps me updated. I am really grateful for that as well. But we’re taking it day by day like I said. We’re not sure when I’ll be home. I am not too up-to-date on what the travel restrictions are currently so I am not sure but I was looking at the price of tickets, they’re about $2,000. It’s not about the price, it’s more about the risk and we’re going to wait it out. But they miss me and I miss them.



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