ROME (Reuters) – A year ago, Marzio Toniolo led a simple life as a primary school teacher, husband and father in the small northern Italian town of San Fiorano.
Then San Fiorano and a cluster of other towns became the first “red zone” outside China to be put under lockdown after Italy diagnosed its first case of the coronavirus on Feb. 21.
To cope with the crisis – which at one point involved four generations living in lockdown under one roof – Toniolo, 36, turned to one of his passions, photography, posting his pictures on social media.
Reuters asked him to chronicle daily life inside one of the country’s “forbidden cities”. Reuters News