Two residents of a tiny Italian town are not at risk for coronavirus.
Giovanni Carilli (82) and Giampiero Nobili (74) have no neighbors and rarely leave the abandoned city of Northeastern, but they strictly follow the country’s COVID-19 rules, insisting on wearing masks and staying at least a meter.
“I’m dead afraid of the virus,” Carilli told CNN. “If I get sick, I’m on my own, who would take care of me? I am old, but I want to continue living here, taking care of my sheep, vines, hives and orchard. Hunting for truffles and mushrooms. I enjoy my life. “
Meanwhile, Nobili, who often meets his neighbor over socially remote coffee, said in the news:
“Wearing a mask and respecting social distance is not just about health. … This is not something “bad”; or “good”. If there are rules, you need to follow them for yourself and other people. It’s a matter of principle. “