Andrea and Giuliana have been living in quarantine for a while, a Parkinson’s has put them in front of a new life, keeping their promise “in health and sickness”.
Marco is an energetic person, a “big man” with a smile always printed on his face. He works with the poor for Opera San Francesco in Milan.
Maria is a stubborn person and in love with France. She met Arnaud and started dreaming of opening a restaurant, but the covid has shuffled the cards.
Veronica compares her life to a broken pencil. As an oncological patient, she also bravely faced this moment of emergency covid19.
For Cristina, there is an analogy between the experience of cancer – which she experienced firsthand – and that of covid19: life like before can no longer be lived.
Mom, dad and two daughters, one 17 and 20 years old already married with a child, living on a single-income. They arrived to Milan from rural Romania and found themselves homeless.
Sharing with others what you experience often serves to make sense of the experience itself. Massimo tells what he lived during the COVID19 emergency in the hospital.
Angelo left Italy 15 years ago to manage a health centre in Bouar. Today, because of the coronavirus emergency, his patients risk to be left without treatment
“Arrested, handcuffed, blindfolded and taken to an unknown detention center, accused of” propaganda against the Islamic Republic “. PEACE GULF