Vicenzo De Luca fired Halloween a Facebook directly. Halloween is popular in Italy as an imported American holiday and is the forerunner of All Saints ’Day on November 1st. And for Late Day on November 2nd.
De Luca blew up the holidays as a “moment of idiocy” that would only amplify the coronavirus wave.
“Halloween is this great nonsense, this huge stupid Americanism that has also been brought into our country,” De Luca said as translated by The Independent. He added: “Seeing how we have to deal with reality, and seeing how I hear about people who are already preparing to have parties, since the last weekend in October at 10 p.m. Everything will be closed. ”
De Luca is known for his reluctance to shred words, and the local media has nicknamed him. ”sheriff“For his unconscious management style. He had previously threatened to mobilize police with flamethrowers sell out parties when COVID-19 first began sweeping Italy in March.
The Campania region in south-western Italy, which includes Naples, is facing major consequences second wave of coronavirus. About 530 of the 671 hospital beds for COVID-19 patients were occupied this week. The schools were closed on Friday by the end of the month.
Italy hit 10,010 new COVID-19 infections per day from Friday – the highest number since the virus entered the country.
See De Lucos speaks below, agreeing with The Independent.
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