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Too many people around for Milan, prof Cocks: “it's a bomb”, the risk is to close everything again

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Published on May 08, 2020

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The photos that arrived yesterday from Milan, were indignant, useless to hide behind a finger. There are countries, from the north to the south of Italy, where there have been no contagions. There are small towns and villages where the outbreaks by weeks, are equal to zero. There are even regions where it's happening. And then you cannot afford to show this face of the city. Yesterday, 7 may 2020, in the hour of the aperitif, the canals were overgrown with people. And no, there were pictures fake, videos made ad hoc; they were the simple reality of what is happening in Italy. Images that have provoked outrage on the part of those two months being closed in the house, only for prevention, while in Milan, the city still at risk, continue as if nothing had happened, at least in a large percentage.

And the concern is as much even between the experts and the scientists that in the last few hours are expressed. Also talks about professor Galli, who in no uncertain terms underlines how Milan is a bomb ready to explode: if you continue like this, it will happen.

Interviewed by the journalists of the Republic, the Gauls tried to take stock of the situation:

“Milan – said the epidemiologist – is a bit of a bomb, because so many were locked in the house with the disease. We have a high number of people infected, which is now back in circulation. It is evident that they are needed more controls. I wonder why we there has been an attitude almost forcaiolo in respect of the use of the rapid test, the “lancing”, that could still be useful.” According to Galli, “some have interpreted the entry into phase 2 as a free for all. It is a signal of great danger, why should she instead prevail the culture of responsibility and limit the damage. Our region runs the risk of close, but even certain parts of Piedmont, or Emilia. Of the rest, it was decided that if something goes wrong you go back. Let's hope not, anyway. This is the time of extreme caution and responsibility.”

The pictures arrived yesterday from Navigli, we demonstrate that, perhaps, this responsibility is not there.

And also explore the old, it was clear, as was also the Fountain: if the numbers were to return to grow, you are likely to close everything again.

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