You stay safe! I feel for you and Italy as a country! Spain is a close second! We (the USA) are on pace to get up to Italy's numbers, if we can't flatten the curve! Scary! Thanks for posting, but please be safe!Great photos, guys, the stay at home has been beneficial in a way for many, I see.
You all know that Italy started its national, and almost "total", "lockdown" 3 weeks ago. Due to the nature of my work (I'm an I.T. administrator), I'm still allowed to go to the office once or twice a week just to make sure nobody's lost his/her connection to the Internet, among other things.
I'll spare y'all the stories of long lines at the supermarket, kids going berserk at home (they're not allowed to play outside except for private gardens, apartment balconies and/or rooftops, which is a real form of torture for both kids and parents/care-givers), etc., etc.
Anyhow, here are some quick snaps from today, both from home and the office (my "stay at home" takes in the office, so I'm allowed ). The pics would be way better if I could walk about to take them, but that's a no-no for now.
Usually busy streets, with the Claudian aqueduct (52-54 BC) in the background
A bus, a taxi, a tram. Public transport still runs. Otherwise, almost nada.
Usually full of tourists, one of the arteries to St. Peter's Square and Basilica
Looking the other way, a Police patrol car enforcing the lockdown. The mausoleum of the Emperor Hadrian is in the left background
The deserted streets of Rome, if you can make them out, sorry!
Keep safe all,