Italy eases the coronavirus lockdown: What happens next? – Interview with Piero Castellano

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Covid-19 is the primary subject of the world. The pandemic, as a global issue, has become more familiar for all and now we are slowly shifting our focus to see ahead of coronavirus. So it is time to take firm action for a normalization process towards a different kind of normal. Experts warn that if this is not done right, it might trigger a second wave which can become even more devastating than the first one. The correct strategy is still under discussion.

In Europe, Italy remains the hardest hit and suffered not only with a high death toll but Italy has had major difficulties in coping with the economical and social reorganization. Since the first confirmed case, three and a half months passed and Italy eases the coronavirus lockdown. So today we are going to take a look at Italy and it’s a clean slate. How do the Italians feel about the new normal and what differences can they already observe on the streets.

Photojournalist Piero Castellano talks about the new and post-pandemic Italy from a journalist perspective on Medyascope.

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