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Mar 9, 2020
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Calzedonia closes shops in Italian areas most affected by virus

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Reuters
Published
Mar 9, 2020

Italian fashion retailer Calzedonia said on Monday it decided to close shops for all its brands in the areas most affected by the coronavirus outbreak in Italy.


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On Sunday, Rome ordered a virtual lockdown across much of its wealthy north, including the financial capital Milan, in a drastic new attempt to try to contain a outbreak of coronavirus that saw the number of deaths leap again sharply.

Calzedonia decided to close its stores in the so-called red areas for all its brands, including Intimissimi, Tezenis and Falconeri “in order to follow government’s instructions to minimize occasions for contagion”, the company said in a statement.

“Since we do not sell essential goods, we thought it was appropriate to try and do all we can to protect the health of our customers and our employees”, it added.

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