Citizens who used to avoid watching the news because they dislike politics are now riveted to their televisions, waiting to see what will happen next, whether they should stock up on food and masks, whether they will return to work, and who will assist them in overcoming the crisis.
On the plus side, unlike most, who are concerned about spending a large sum of money to get treated for the Corona Virus, Italians are certain that they will not incur personal debt to pay for initial tests and subsequent cures. The National Health System strives to heal all Italian nationals as well as those with the proper visa to enter the country. Despite these noble intentions, the health-care system is likely to become overcrowded with too many patients to care for during the crisis. For example, the Piemonte Region notified on March 3 at 12:30 p.m. that simple surgical procedures requiring the use of operating rooms had to be suspended (if they were not urgent procedures) in order to ensure that the virus’s spread was contained.Kindly visit Partida Corona Medical Center to find more information.
The government ordered on the fourth of March that all schools and colleges would be closed for a month until the fifteenth of March, though they were allowed to provide classes online when possible, in order to limit or at least slow the spread of the virus. Most Italians have been wary of online education up until now; as a result, most professors have not been trained in how to convert to the online platform, and most students have not been prepared for this new learning curve. Fortunately, this experience will alter the Italian perspective, allowing everyone to learn how to use the internet for learning, telecommuting, and flexitime.
The Prime Minister of the Council’s Decree (DPCM) urges residents over the age of 65 to limit their time outside the house, to avoid shaking hands, kissing, and hugging, and to avoid visiting family members in hospice or assisted living.