In an Italian City, Obituaries Fill The Newspaper, But Survivors Mourn Alone || Washington Post

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TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Source: Washington Post Chico Harlan and Stefano PitrelliMarch 16, 2020 at 9:25 p.m. ROME — In the part of Italy hit hardest by the coronavirus, the crematorium has started operating 24 hours a day. Coffins have filled up two hospital morgues, and then a cemetery morgue, and are now being lined up inside a cemetery church. The local newspaper’s daily obituary section has grown from two or three pages to 10, sometimes listing more than 150 names, in what the top editor likens to “war bulletins.” By death…

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From an Italian to the rest of the world: You Have no Idea About What’s Coming. #Coronavirus


TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Edit 2: This post was written on the morning of 16/03. A LOT happened in A LOT of countries in the meanwhile, and that’s a good thing! And from what I can see more stages were suppressed because many governments are going full metal right now, as they should. So this post may not apply anymore as it did 2 days ago but I’m not editing it, also leaving it as a report of what happened here. For anybody who thinks I’m a fear monger or exaggerating –…

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