I am a native New Yorker who has been living in Milan, Italy for the last fifteen years. I’m a full time working mother of 2 young girls (ages 3 and 5) and am married to a fantastic Italian man. As the stress of the corona virus situation begins to cascade in the U.S., many family, friends and former colleagues have reached out to me, asking about our daily situation, our process and even some advice for their potential future. As I respond to individual texts and emails, I thought it might be beneficial to share these reflections with a wider audience.
Extrapolating trends from 2019 enabled Gregorio to make close predictions on U.S. retail sales and interest rates.
ASM Director speaks and opens discussion Regarding COVID19 on international platform. Click here to watch.
The Italian government yesterday announced an extension of school closures to April 3. (it seems quite likely, given Easter and our spring break, that we will actually not resume on-campus learning until April 20). Other aspects of the edict restrict movement to, from, and within Lombardia. This was unwelcome news, but we are in unprecedented times.
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