Today’s edition of “La Repubblica” focuses on the nightlife of Palermo.
It is there but you can’t see it. Every evening more and more locals in the historic center nibble a few more minutes of opening. The nightlife in the historic center grows, regenerates, expands, regardless of the anti-Covid bans.
On Wednesday evening alone, 52 were fined, all young people who did not comply with anti-Covid regulations. “That’s enough, there’s the vaccine, I want to go back to life,” repeated Giovanni Ferrara two evenings ago at 9.30 pm, a university graduate in his last year of law, leaning against a car in Piazzetta Resuttano, a stone’s throw from Via Paternostro. Around him five faculty mates all “armed” with beer from the supermarket “Now there is the vaccine, we can go out, we can go back to being together in front of a spritz”.
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