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Inclusion,
Published 11.05.2020 15:30
In Turin, Italy, a pharmacy is screening customers for temperature and mask.
Stores and pharmacies are dealing with social distancing since the European country hardest-hit by the pandemic began a gradual lifting of lockdown. It entered Phase-2 on May 4th. Factories resumed activity immediately and parks were reopened. Exercise outside is also permitted and people can visit relatives. Museums, trailers and libraries…
Inclusion,
Published 27.04.2020 15:05
In Turkey, groups of officials and police agents help the elderdy buying bread or accompanying them to the ATM.t
These groups are called “Vefa” (fidelity in Turkish) social support groups and were set up by the government across the country to provide help to the most vulnerable in self-isolation. They are composed of local government officials, police units and gendarmerie.

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