Despite being heavily affected by Coronavirus, Italy has managed to keep its spirit high through innovative ways. By Kumar Shree

Out of all the countries battling Coronavirus, Italy has been one of the worst-affected nations. Within a short span of time, the situation deteriorated so much that the country had to implement lockdown in order to contain the spread of the virus. However, in spite of living under bleak conditions, the Italians have come up with innovative ways of practising social distancing. Here we have collated a few examples. Check them out, and we promise it’ll bring a smile to your face

We’ll start with this amazing violin concert from a balcony. This will fill your heart with hope.

 

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The dancing lady will give you a new perspective on life. The joy, the celebration, and the zeal to be happy — all of it lies within you; you need to just find it.

 

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“During these difficult times….music gets us through.” The caption for this next post kind of sums it up for us.

 

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Well, now that we are talking about music and how it is helping the Italians stay put in a situation like this, how about a cross-balcony duet!

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Time for some Macarena, now.

 

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The family that eats together, stays together. Italians have kind of built up on that. See the next clip and you’ll know what we mean.

 

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When a country has such a spirit, it is impossible to take it down, no matter how big the threat is. Let’s hope and pray that things get better, not just for Italy, but for the rest of the world as well.

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