Italians under lockdown broke out in song to feel a little less lonely.
Tuesday, the government instituted a nationwide lockdown in an attempt to stop the spread fo the coronavirus.
Fox News reports Italians have been breaking out in song across the country in an apparent attempt to cope with the cabin fever created by the coronavirus lockdown imposed by the government.
“Cavuto Live” showed Italians standing on balconies and peeking out windows while singing to one another. Fox News correspondent Amy Kellogg reported that people around the nation similarly opened their windows to applaud doctors, nurses and others on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Health care has been “stretched to the limit,” Kellogg said, while medical workers have gotten sick and infected their loved ones.
Italy. People locked inside turn to their windows and balconies singing so everyone feels less lonely. Here is #Naples singing "Abbracciame" (Hug me). #Coronavirus #CoronavirusUSA pic.twitter.com/DHVPvxbB8d
— Ryan Meilak (@rmeilak) March 13, 2020
People of my hometown #Siena sing a popular song from their houses along an empty street to warm their hearts during the Italian #Covid_19 #lockdown.#coronavirusitalia #COVID19 #coronavirus pic.twitter.com/7EKKMIdXov
— valemercurii (@valemercurii) March 12, 2020