Despite the COVID-19 situation in Italy, the mom of sisters Assunta and Alessandra De Rossi flew from Canada to the European country to be with her husband.
Not even the deadliest disease could tear a family apart. That’s what the mom of sisters Assunta and Alessandra De Rossi — Nenita Schiavone — proved as she pushed through with her plans to fly to Italy just to be with her husband despite the COVID-19 situation in the European country.
As part of her self-quarantine measures, Schiavone is currently practicing social distancing from her family — including her husband Luigi and daughter Isabel — as seen in photos and videos shared via Instagram.
Before Schiavone arrived at their home, she shared snaps from the airports in Toronto and Rome — both almost looking like ghost towns.
Earlier this week, Alessandra sought prayers from her fans to pray for the safe arrival of her mom to Italy. At that time, the De Rossi matriarch was still in Canada.
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Italy is one of the most heavily affected countries of COVID-19 in Europe — the epicenter of the global pandemic.
According to Agence France-Presse, Italy has already recorded 80, 589 cases, with 8,215 deaths as of writing.
Meanwhile, the Philippines has already recorded more than 707 cases with 45 deaths and 28 recoveries.