In May this year I was traveling in Italy, where I grew up, for the wedding of a close friend. E ‘became clear that would not happen if Italy was the first European country to impose a nationwide block the transfer of COVID-19 at the beginning of March the sidewalk. In the last two months they have killed more than 32,000 Italians from COVID-19, making Italy the worst affected country third in the world after the US and Britain. This week, two months after it was imposed Lockdown Italian shops, restaurants and other public areas, open their doors as the country in the hope of recovering. I spoke with people who want to meet me during my return trip home to try to figure out how to make my country for this new, unknown, second phase. I wanted to talk about my first cousin, as they run the type of activities that require them to interact with a lot of people especially to Nicole Berson, the woman, Nicole has a Gelatiamo ice cream shop in Modena, called the northern Italian city where I grew up. required to close when the government first stores, Nicole decided more than 200 ice cream cakes to donate, and more than 250 kg of ice to local hospitals and 118 operators, the Italian equivalent of 911. In the time since, Nicole to find out how it was to run a business, respecting social distancing measures. Before Gelatiamo was scheduled only for delivery or pick-opened. Now that the government in order to open stores, she says that his staff struggling to keep up with the demand: “Now that people can begin to go outside to get everyone gets the ice,” he said at the end of a long layer. In normal day last summer, he would stop by the store for ice cream almost 2,000 people. This week, set barricades and signs Nicole out of the store customers to encourage them to remain six feet apart. I also have one of the first people I called, as a rule, after I see the earth: my hairdresser. The phone does not stop ringing Betty Bizzaro, says Elisa Ledda, hairdressers tracks. Now that people can see friends and family again, their customers are desperate to make it presentable. “They want the whole first date,” he said. With summer just around the corner, many business owners are worried that the reopening offer more obstacles than expected. Marco Tamburini, the Apapaia Bath has 64, a resort on the private beach in Senigallia, on the Adriatic coast, is worried about the health of its employees and the increased costs associated with the disinfection and the institution operating at half capacity . “On a summer regular open 100 umbrellas for our customers. This summer we will have 50, if we’re lucky,” he said. In this documentary, I also called Emanuele Renzi, the Paddle, one of my favorite seafood restaurants. I asked him if he’s ever to close the restaurant when, after weeks and weeks of uncertainty. “Never!” He said. “I have two kids, and my restaurant is my third child.” Francesca Trianni is a manufacturer of high-level video at TIME, lives in New York City. To know more, Italians are preparing for the reopening of the country to look through the video above.
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