20 photos about how coronavirus has affected life in ItalyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/20-photos-about-how-coronavirus-has-affected-life-in-italy
The COVID-19 coronavirus infection is rapidly spreading around the world. The largest number of infected are in China, Iran, Korea, France and Italy. In all these countries, measures have already been taken to combat infection and, of course, all of them have greatly affected the lives of the local population.
For example, cheerful and sunny Italy, which is usually teeming with tourists, now looks more like some kind of "exclusion zone". Below we have collected 20 photos demonstrating how the coronavirus has affected the homeland of pasta and pizza.
The road to the airport in Milan. The picture was taken on March 8th.
The most tourist city in Italy is Venice.
Usually the Turin Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is very crowded…
Milan, the announcement of the closure of the church in connection with the coronavirus.
A woman in an empty subway car, Rome, March 8.
Empty platforms of Milan Central Station.
And this photo was taken inside the station itself…
Turin, there are fewer and fewer goods in stores.
St. Mark's Square in Venice on March 9.
A huge number of empty chairs in St. Peter's Square before the live broadcast of the Sunday prayer of Pope Francis on March 8.
Venice has probably never been so empty.
The photo shows the busiest street in Milan.
The Grand Canal without a single gondola.
Venice, St. Mark's Square on March 9.
This ad on the restaurant recommends keeping a distance with other people of at least a meter.
Corigliano-Rossano Hospital during quarantine.
An empty train at Termini Station in Rome, March 8.
Empty streets of Milan after the announcement of quarantine.
One of the busiest squares in Venice.
The players of FC Milan and Genoa train in an empty stadium due to the restrictions imposed.