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In order to fight any further diffusion of COVID-19, public and private meetings are strongly discouraged in all the country.
People must stay at home. A distance of a meter or so is kept in case of any personal encounters. Webcams have temporarily become the default communication tool.
Shops, bars, restaurants, museums, exhibitions, theaters, concert halls and cinemas are closed till Monday, April 13 at least; so are schools and universities. Supermarkets, pharmacies, tobacconists and computer shops are allowed to make exceptions to the rule. Sport events have been suspended at all. More official news here.

 
The Milan City Council can trace its origins back to the free Comune of the 12th century, which built the Palazzo della Ragione as its political seat.
.:. Now it is quite obviously an elected authority, based in Palazzo Marino, and currently run by a centre-left coalition with Mr Giuseppe "Beppe" Sala, the manager who was in charge of the 2015 World Exhibition in Milan, as its Mayor.
.:. The Council was perhaps a little bit late in building its own website. It's been on line since June 2000. The website was completely redesigned for the Expo 2015.

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