Andrea Savorani Neri, an Italian journalist, recorded his daily life in Faenza, a city on lockdown. It is one of the worst affected cities in Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna. He shared his experience of going to the supermarket. Most customers were wearing a mask and everyone was queuing outside the entrance and keeping their distance, as the supermarket only served five customers at a time. The staff said they had imposed rules such as not leaning against the counter to reduce the risk of contracting the virus. But sometimes people didn't respect the rules. In Andrea's view, people were a little tense and alarmed, but he thinks this is just the beginning.