Adriana Volpe says her first words on death of the father in lawErnesto Parli, who passed away at the age of 76, father of the husband of the presenter Roberto Parli. The beautiful 46 year old a Who explains that he received in the House of GF Vip the news that the businessman had been diagnosed with cancer, but then Coronavirus took it away. The contagion from Covid-19 has been fatal.
The father in law died shortly after his return to the family. Adriana Volpe has left the House of Tears in tears Big Brother Vip. “How am I? It is very complicated to answer. Let's say I surf on sight. On the one hand I am very tried for the loss of my father-in-law, but at the same time happy to have reunited with my family in this delicate moment “, he explains to the weekly directed by Alfonso Signorini, host of the reality show on TV, on Canale 5.
Then he recounts his dramatic days: “Two weeks ago I was overwhelmed: first the news of a bad illness that hit me father in law, diagnosed shortly after I entered the house, then the virus took it away from us. I still can't find words, I'm sincere “.
The health emergency caused mourning in the family of Adriana Volpe. The presenter lives a complicated moment, like everyone else. But he doesn't want to fall: “We are experiencing a very delicate moment, we need to be aware that we are facing a pandemic that we must counter. We must trust the researchers and hope to find something that contrasts this virus. I am proud to be Italian “.
As you know, the new rules established by the Italian government are stringent but absolutely necessary. We all, absolutely everyone, in whatever region of Italy we are in, are called to follow them also to avoid incurring harsh penalties (including prison). It is therefore absolutely necessary to stay indoors. The only exceptions are dictated by health needs (non-postponable medical visits, accidents). It is then possible to go out sporadically (better if only one family member does it once a week) to go shopping in supermarkets, which we remember will always remain open. There will never be a shortage of food (the food industries are working normally) so there is no need to panic and buy more than necessary (although shopping for at least a week is more than recommended to limit the times it will be need to go out again to get supplies).
It is also very important that during the necessary movements extraordinary precautions are taken, such as staying at least two meters away from anyone else you meet, not to give your hand, not to kiss and not to embrace. You must then wash your hands often and never touch any part of your face with them. If you also have mild flu-like symptoms (such as coughing) you should not leave the house or go to the emergency room or to your doctor, but call the numbers made available by all regions (here the complete list).
Written by: Annamaria Capozzi on 3/25/2020.