Quaranteens and More

Diego, 21.
Diego is from Modena and enrolled at the Milan Polytechnic University, he couldn’t wait to return to Milan after 3 June – the eagerly anticipated date set for reopening travel to and from the Lombardy region. Passionate about Big Data, he constantly kept up to date on the latest figures relating to the virus. “I don’t want to be a conspiracy theorist,” he says, “ but I believe that some measures and regulations introduced to protect society, essential workers, like the use of face masks, but also online schooling, have had a substantial impact that will leave a lasting impression. I don’t want these to become radical, in an Orwellian way. Keeping health, the economy and society in equilibrium is difficult and I don’t believe it will happen. I’m not going to make a prediction, but there will be consequences. Among my family and friends we went back to what we did about five years ago, downloading Minecraft, a computer game to rebuild the world: we even had a barbecue on Easter Monday.”

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