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A Norwegian in Naples

corona: The piazzas are empty and the pizzerias are closed, but the Neapolitans (above) are alive.

As I write this, have NAPLES been shut down for many weeks. On March 10, the coffee shops, restaurants and shops closed. The first days, many thought it was permissible to go for a walk, the newspapers wrote that it was even allowed to jog. But on Sunday, March 15, a belligerent message came from Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte: "All outdoor living is prohibited throughout Italy."

The trains stopped running, you were not allowed to drive. . .

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Ketil Fred Hansen
Hansen is a professor of social sciences at UiS and a regular reviewer at Ny Tid.

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