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While we all know that the origin of the coronavirus was in C h ina , Italy and Spain are the strongest who are suffering this pandemic. The current spread of the virus to our country has a lot to do with those two countries, which are so expensive to our nation's gestation.
Maru is a Santafesina who lives in Spain almost ten years ago . While she does not lose her roots and communicates with her family and friends on a daily basis, she is almost Spanish. What's more: it has European citizenship. His voice has almost no vestiges of argentinity anymore. Professor of Physical Education, it took several years of sacrifice to achieve a good life, today in Barcelona . She can tell firsthand how the coronavirus situation is being experienced in the motherland.
The measures taken in the city of Gaudí are practically the same as those being implemented in Argentina. “ I'm worried about whether Argentina will be ready to hold up as we are doing here. Impotence is that of not being able to do anything, so far from my family,” says Maru. He says that, according to health professional friends, the spike of infection where she lives is still to come.
“This feeling of not knowing what will happen to our jobs is ugly. There are people who are temporarily fired. The entire country's economy is destabilizing.” But his motto is to stay optimistic in the face of the pandemic: “We try to eat healthy, spend time exercising (offering their classes through networks) and leveraging technology to communicate with affections”
Lucia is also from Santa Fe. Graduated from Economics, a few years ago she went to try her luck in Buenos Aires. There he met Nacho. They both went to try their luck in Europe . They walked through Italy and France. Today in Spain, while looking for a job related to their studies, they got an interesting chance of having good income in the beach area. Everything was like to spend a summer full of possibilities to generate good savings... and the pandemic came .
Soller is located in a World Heritage Site region in Majorca. It has beach, sea and mountain. But it also has a devastating limitation for these COVID-19 times: it depends absolutely on tourism . “People work seven or eight months of the season, save and can live the rest of the year without work,” explains Lucia. “We had managed to work as waiters for both of us. We had a lot of expectation. With this we didn't even get to start .”
Publication Date: 29/03/2020
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