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The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is ending in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, where governments are trying to figure out how best to restart public life and work. So how are people managing this “new normal”?
Guillermo Donato lives in Manerbio, a small town in the northern Lombardy region of Italy, which was the hardest hit by the coronavirus in the country. For months, it kept him from doing little other than enjoying his outdoor garden. But with some Italian restrictions now being lifted, the 48-year-old floral designer is slowly getting back to work. How does he think Italy will bear up after the first wave of the pandemic? Listen below to find out.
The Coronavirus Chronicle #32: ‘A BREATH OF FRESH AIR’ monika.mueller.kroll
“This is one of the first times that Italians are following the rules,” says Donato.
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Written by: monika.mueller.kroll