- Italy is slow reopening economy after the national lockdown which began on March 10.
- When thousands leave quarantine alone, small businesses are asked to follow carefully the restrictions aimed at preventing further outbreaks of COVID-19.
- Employees and customers must wear gloves and masks, businesses must limit the number of customers in the store at one time, and many local stores install hand sanitizing stations as an additional security measure.
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A walk to the library will not be considered a special treat for most active young people. However, for 11-year-old Nicolò, last week marks the first time he has been allowed to leave his home in Venice, Italy since then totally locked on March 8.
In recognition of how difficult this experience has happened to the country’s youth, the Italian government give permission for children’s clothing stores, bookstores and libraries to reopen the front of their stores for the first time, starting on April 14. Ms. Nicolo, Tania, summarizes the post-pandemic guidelines like this: “Gloves, masks, disinfectants, and distances. This is the key to keeping us all safe.”
Forty miles away in Bassano del Grappa, Lorenza Manfrotto is preparing to reopen his family’s bookshop, Palazzo Roberti. This two-storey independent store has been selling books, stationery and staging events in the local area since 1998.
The safety and health of Manfrotto employees and clients is very important, so he requested a visit by Spisal, a government service that oversees preventive hygiene and security at work. After spending the day with two technicians, he prepared a letter to send to all employees. Once again, the four main guidelines for reopening the store are at the forefront of the instructions.
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