Coronavirus, the Covid 19 in Venice in Italy


Coronavirus in Venice, Andrà tutto bene, Everything will be fine, is the hope message that blossoms in Venice
Coronavirus in Venice: "Everything will be fine"
For the first time, since two days, the number of positive cases and of death is lower in Italy.

We hope it is a sign of the beginning of the end of the disease as a result of our efforts with the quarantine and the respect of the protection measures.

Coronavirus in Venice: « Andrà tutto bene » « Everything will be fine » is the nice hope, love and solidarity that blossoms more or less in Venice.

Here, on the Sant’Antonin Canal, in front of the Scuola of San Giorgio degli Schiavoni in the Castello District.

Life goes on in Venice, everybody is very responsible and respect the new life rules.

Coronavirus in Venice: Impressive silence and emptiness on Saint-Mark Square
Silence and emptiness on Saint-Mark Square
No stress, no panic but the silence of Venice and the pleasure to see it under a beautiful blue sky today.

Everybody is staying home and it seems that everything is now under control here in Venice.

New governmental decision
up to the 3 May 2020:


Saint-Mark Square
Saint-Mark Square
All Italy is now a single restriction zone until the 3 of May.

All museums are closed, cultural and sport events are suspended.

Bars and restaurants are closed until 3 May.

Food shops, pharmacies, optics, health and computer shops are open, all other kind of shops are closed.

All public transports are working as usual and are daily disinfected.

All shops are open.

Vogalonga: The 2020 Vogalonga is suspended. We do not know yet if it will postpone later in 2020 or cancelled.

Biennale of Architecture: The Biennale of Architecture of Venice 2020 will open in 2021 from 22 May to 21 November 2021.


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