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Singer Nina Zilli positive for COVID - Lifestyle

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(ANSA) - ROME, OCT 20 - Italian singer Nina Zilli has tested
positive for COVID-19, she said on Instagram Monday.
   
Zilli, 40, said she had probably got the virus at a dinner and
warned her fans to be careful.
   
"I advise you not to go to the restaurant, to stop going to
crowded spaces.
   
"I am quarantining, but I advise you to stop your social life
this and next week.
   
"I did everything I could not to get it, I swear.
   
"But it is out of our control".
   
Piacenza-born Zilli, whose real name is Maria Chiara Fraschetta,
is a singer-songwriter.
   
After releasing her debut single "50mila", she achieved

Singer Nina Zilli positive for COVID

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Singer Nina Zilli positive for COVID
Be careful, avoid crowded spaces, tells fans
20 Ottobre 2020
ROME, OCT 20 - Italian singer Nina Zilli has tested
positive for COVID-19, she said on Instagram Monday.
Zilli, 40, said she had probably got the virus at a dinner and
warned her fans to be careful.
"I advise you not to go to the restaurant, to stop going to
crowded spaces.
"I am quarantining, but I advise you to stop your social life
this and next week.
"I did everything I could not to get it, I swear.
"But it is out of our control".
Piacenza-born Zilli, whose real name is Maria Chiara Fraschetta,

Future of concert business in pandemic era: Are we closer or more distant?


Future of concert business in pandemic era: Are we closer or more distant?
Future of concert business in pandemic era: Are we closer or more distant?
ISTANBUL
The coronavirus has drawn a very sharp line between the old and the new, and if the necessary measures are not taken, a second wave can wreak havoc on the entertainments sector, a founder of the management agency Pasion Turca said.
“As we cannot see the coronavirus, we cannot see the future very clearly as well. We need to analyze threats well and take quick actions. If a second wave of the pandemic hits and we do not take the necessary measures, it will be more destructive this time with permanent outcomes,” said Sinan Ufuk Nergis, one of the founders of Pasion Turca.