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Warning Coronavirus is circulating in Rome!

Posted on March 9th, 2020

by Expats living in Rome


Statements that go hand in hand with yesterday’s statements by Walter Ricciardi, member of the Executive Committee of the World Health Organization (WHO) and adviser to Health Minister Roberto Speranza,  ‘Domenica In’ studies said: “Regions like Lazio and Rome are particularly at risk. In the next few days the capital will certainly be concerned. ”

Also for these alarms, the #iorestoacasa campaign launched by the Lazio Region assumes even more value. The Salute Lazio profile reads: “With the new measures to stop the spread of the #Covid19 virus, the suspension of demonstrations, events, shows, including cinema and theater, is established, as well as the suspension of other activities. Each of us is called to respect these rules and to adopt responsible behaviors. First of all we must limit the movements to strictly necessary cases and therefore, stay as much as possible at home. This is how the #iorestoacasa campaign was born. Many artists, singers and show business members joined. Participate too, send us your video in inbox or to the email [email protected] with the consent to the processing of personal data, if you want it to be shared on our social channels. Now we must be a little physically distant but united as community! Together we will make it. ”


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