As the coronavirus pandemic marches into mid-April, with weeks of lockdown behind most of the world but untold weeks still ahead, people from around Europe and the globe – Italy, the U.K., Australia, and Armenia – are all dealing with the unprecedented pandemic in their own way.

Sabrina Messina, who divides her time between Turkey and Italy, was in Istanbul when the quarantine began in her home country, one of the worst-hit countries by coronavirus.

Everything was normal at the beginning and “all of a sudden a lot of cases popped up in the north of Italy,” the 50-year-old

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