Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In Italy, authorities continue to urge the public via social media that they should stay at home.
Mayors often work with messages they share from their accounts on social media that don't keep people in their homes, and they can succumb to their nerves at times. The mayor of the city of Bari, Antonio Decaro, found the solution to go out and warn the citizens one by one.
Vicenzo De Luca, President of the Campania region, threatened the students with his own style when he heard that the students would have a graduation party at home with the closing of the schools. In the video he shared, De Luca announced that he would send police with their guns firing into the homes of the students who were partying.
The mayor of Reggio Calabria, Guiseppe Falcomata, is warning people on the streets that this is not a film. So far, 59 thousand 138 coronavirus cases have been identified in Italy, 5,476 people have died due to the outbreak.