December 16 According to the European Union News Agency quoted by the European Network, on December 15th local time, the Italian National Bureau of Statistics reported that by the impact of the coronavirus crisis, more than 73,000 enterprises in Italy had been forced to shut down, accounting for about 7.2% of the total number of enterprises in Italy by early December.
Jobs that exceed 4% of the socially employed population will be directly affected by the shutdown of enterprises.
The Italian National Bureau of Statistics said that of the more than 70,000 enterprises that were forced to close due to the epidemic, about 1.7% of them, and more than 17,000 companies will permanently close and declare bankruptcy.
Most of the enterprises hardest hit by the epidemic are tourism and catering enterprises.
So far, more than 5,000 catering enterprises have entered bankruptcy proceedings.
In addition, according to experts, about 61.5% of Italian enterprises will suffer serious losses between December and February 2021.
Recently, the non-governmental organization Pane Quotidiano has set up several relief distribution sites in Milan to help residents and families in need. Starting from 8 a.m.
local time every morning, volunteers of non-governmental organizations will distribute relief supplies and food to local residents in need free of charge.
Recently, the head of the organization said that in recent days, more and more people have queued up for relief supplies and food, and local residents queued up at least hundreds of meters away every day.
Most of the citizens currently receiving relief are employees of enterprises that have been forced to stop working.
A woman over 60 said that she lived with her 45-year-old son, who now lost his job and had no major financial resources at home.
Now even if it’s 1 euro, it’s really important for their families.
According to a new survey by Milan’s neighborhood mutual aid agency, there are 900 families in need of financial assistance in the community from Giambellino to Lorenteggio, and the number of poor families is increasing. .
Sansson, the head of the agency, pointed out that the coronavirus epidemic has not only made the already difficult families worse, but also put many working families in an economic crisis.