Zbrazet qyteti i Venecias, shkaku i Koronavirusit (FOTO)

12 Mars, 2020 - 6:30 pm

Virusi i njohur me emrin “Korona” tashmë ka përfshirë pjesën më të madhe të botës, shkruan KultPlus.

Italia mbetet një nga vendet më të prekura në Evropë. Më poshtë i sjellim disa fotografi nga fotografi Marco Di Lauro ku shihet qytet i zbrazët i Venecias si shkak i virusit të frikshëm. /Getty Images /KultPlus.com

VENICE, ITALY – MARCH 9: A completely empty Riva degli Schiavoni next to San Marco Square is seen on March 9, 2020 in Venice, Italy. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a “national emergency” due to the coronavirus outbreak and imposed quarantines on the Lombardy and Veneto regions, which contain roughly a quarter of the country’s population. Italy has the highest number of cases and fatalities in Europe. The movements in and out are allowed only for work reasons, health reasons proven by a medical certificate.The justifications for the movements needs to be certified with a self-declaration by filling in forms provided by the police forces in charge of the checks. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)
VENICE, ITALY – MARCH 9: A completely empty Rialto bridge is seen on March 9, 2020 in Venice, Italy. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a “national emergency” due to the coronavirus outbreak and imposed quarantines on the Lombardy and Veneto regions, which contain roughly a quarter of the country’s population. Italy has the highest number of cases and fatalities in Europe. The movements in and out are allowed only for work reasons, health reasons proven by a medical certificate.The justifications for the movements needs to be certified with a self-declaration by filling in forms provided by the police forces in charge of the checks. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)
VENICE, ITALY – MARCH 9: A Venetian seats at an historical caffe called: “ The lost Paradise” at the fondamenta della Misericordia on March 9, 2020 in Venice, Italy. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a “national emergency” due to the coronavirus outbreak and imposed quarantines on the Lombardy and Veneto regions, which contain roughly a quarter of the country’s population. Italy has the highest number of cases and fatalities in Europe. The movements in and out are allowed only for work reasons, health reasons proven by a medical certificate.The justifications for the movements needs to be certified with a self-declaration by filling in forms provided by the police forces in charge of the checks. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)
VENICE, ITALY – MARCH 9: A completely empty San Marco Square is seen on March 9, 2020 in Venice, Italy. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a “national emergency” due to the coronavirus outbreak and imposed quarantines on the Lombardy and Veneto regions, which contain roughly a quarter of the country’s population. Italy has the highest number of cases and fatalities in Europe. The movements in and out are allowed only for work reasons, health reasons proven by a medical certificate.The justifications for the movements needs to be certified with a self-declaration by filling in forms provided by the police forces in charge of the checks. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)
foto LaPresse-Anteo Marinoni09/03/2020-Venezia (IT.)cronacaVenezia isolata, oggi 9 marzo 2020, come da decreto legge per arginare l’epidemia di Covid19 che ha colpito l’Italia.Nella foto:immagini della città sotto quarantena, negozi e bar, ristoranti chiusi o semideserti, piazza San Marco e Rialto senza la folla di turisti e veneziani, pochi mezzi pubblici solcano il Canal Grande e gondole ferme agli ormeggi con i gondolieri in attesa di clienti: mercati di frutta e verdura disertati dai veneziani e pochi passanti nelle calli.photo LaPresse- Anteo Marinoni09/03/2020 – Venice (IT.)newsVenice isolated, today 9 March 2020, as per a law decree to stem the Covid19 epidemic that hit Italy. In the photo: images of the city under quarantine, shops and bars, closed or semi-deserted restaurants, Piazza San Marco and Rialto without the crowd of tourists and Venetians, few public transport ply the Grand Canal and gondolas stopped at moorings with gondoliers waiting for customers : fruit and vegetable markets deserted by the Venetians and few passersby in the streets.

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