The one two residents of a tiny Italian city aren’t taking any probabilities with the coronavirus.
Giovanni Carilli, 82, and Giampiero Nobili, 74, don’t have any neighbors and barely depart the largely deserted city of Nortiesce, however they’re strictly upholding the nation’s COVID-19 guidelines, insisting on sporting masks and remaining at the very least a meter aside always.
“I’m useless fearful of the virus,” Carilli told CNN. “If I get sick, I’m alone, who would take care of me? I’m outdated, however I need to maintain residing right here taking care of my sheep, vines, beehives, and orchard. Looking truffles and mushrooms. I take pleasure in my life.”
In the meantime, Nobili, who meets usually along with his neighbor for a socially distant espresso, advised the information outlet:
“Sporting a masks and respecting social distancing is not only for well being causes. … It’s not one thing ‘dangerous’ or ‘good.’ If there are guidelines, you might want to abide by them to your personal sake and different folks’s. It’s a matter of precept.”
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