The Italian Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina celebrated the end of isolation in that country by posting the song on social media.
“At the end of the quarantine in Italy, greetings to all the staff of the Embassy in Sarajevo with a special song that marked these days,” the Embassy wrote on Twitter.
Za završetak karantina u 🇮🇹 pozdrav svima od uposlenih Ambasada Italije u Sarajevu uz pjesmu koja je obilježila ovaj period#Azzurro
— @ItalyinBiH (@italyinbih) June 3, 2020
It should be reminded that Italy opened its regional borders yesterday after a three-month blockade due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which enabled greater freedom of movement for more than 60 million inhabitants of that country, Radio Sarajevo reports.
A ban on gatherings and the obligation to keep a safe distance between people remain in place in Italy to prevent the spread of COVID-19, which has hit the country hard, killing more than 33,000 people, making it the third country in the world after the United States and Great Britain.More than 233,000 people were infected in Italy, and there are about 39,000 active cases.