The virus deaths might have disappeared, but that does not mean that the nightmare that was created ostensibly to fight virus deaths will ever disappear.
This is going to go on forever and ever and ever.
The most important thing here is that everyone shuts their mouths and does whatever the hell they’re told to do without trying to understand it.
One Italian region is getting tough on places that do not respect the compulsory face mask rule with regional chief warning “if our fellow citizens think that the problem is resolved, that means that within a few weeks we will return to a grave emergency.”
Three businesses in the southern Italian city of Salerno are the first to fall foul of tough new anti-coronavirus
regulations imposed by the region of Campania, local media reported Sunday.
The three businesses, which include a bar and a hairdresser, were hit with 1,000-euro ($1,166) fines after police found they had not respected an edict imposed on Friday that requires people to wear masks in enclosed spaces.
“If our fellow citizens think that the problem is resolved, that means that within a few weeks we will return to a grave emergency,” Vincenzo De Luca, the president of Campania, which includes Naples, posted on Facebook on Friday.
“We knew that there would be an increase in contamination, it was widely expected,” he said, a few hours before the publication of an order toughening the rules to fight against COVID-19 pandemic.
The key measure of the text is a fine of 1,000 euros for anyone who does not wear a mask in an enclosed space, whether in public buildings, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, shops or on public transport.
According to the new regulations, “transport operators are required to deny access to passengers who do not wear the mask”.
Italy is broke as hell these days – long before the virus hoax destroyed everything that was left. A thousand euros is probably two months’ salary for a lot of people.
But they have to do it.
Because 700 trillion gazillion bajillion people died from this deathly doom virus.