Sound of an NHS worker preparing protective equipment reimagined by Cristina Marras for Cities and Memory.
"I spent 2 months in full lockdown in Italy. I was allowed to get out only because I had to bring food to my 84yo mother who was not allowed to go out because she is at very high risk.
"During lockdown, we lived in panic, the few people you met, crossed the street to be as far away as possible from each other. It was all very strange. Now, we have entered phase 2 and no one knows what it means, some people are going back to their life ignoring distancing and masks, others are regretting the end of phase 1.
"I am thinking about those who were working during lockdown: nurses (my brother is one of them), doctors, carers: if people ignore the new guidelines, will their work have been for nothing? It feels like we are playing a lottery, amidst politicians' incapacity and people's ignorance."