Dear Italians and Severgnini, after two weeks from B-Day (it is not a bathroom accessory, it means Brexit Day), the United Kingdom has already achieved a European or perhaps world record: the highest number of CVs counted -19, outside China.
This was the fault of an English businessman who traveled to Singapore on business, then went to France to ski, managing to catch the virus in a few days and transmit it to a dozen people, English and French.
The story does not end there, because among the respondents there are two NHS doctors, who may have infected hundreds of patients.
For this reason, the local authorities have asked the staff and students to self-isolate themselves, but the omelette is now done. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/feb/12/nine-schools-east-sussex-testing-staff-pupils-coronavirus-brighton
You will say that it is only bad luck, but I believe that luck is blind, but bad luck sees us very well.
In the United Kingdom, the image of enterprising British who sail the oceans in search of wealth, such as Pirates of Sir Francis Drake, has been propagated, without however warning of the dangers and risks.
The businessman is now well and out of danger, he even gives interviews to newspapers, but I believe that if he had flown for business in Milan, instead of Singapore, he would have returned with a box of Baci Perugina and a bottle of Amaretto di Saronno, and without the CV-19 symptoms.
Best regards from Brexilandia.
Public, because ITALIANS is a free place. But the syllogism seems to me to be more adventurous, almost like Sanremo’s feminism.