Timothée Chalamet is “shattered” because the city of ‘Call Me By Your Name’ is in quarantine by coronavirus


To day of today, Italy is the country most affected by the coronavirushaving over 47,000 infected and having left more than 4,000 dead. For this reason, the measures taken by the government are more necessary, and among these, the most prominent is the confinement that is required to make the entire population in their homes.

  'Call me by your name'

As A result of the virus, Cream, the small town that hosted the filming of ‘Call Me By Your Name’, has had to close its doorssomething that Timothée Chalamet has saddened a lot. The protagonist of the film has expressed his frustration via Twitter:

“I’m thinking of ALL who are at critical points right now, young and old, but CREAM, my heart is with youI cannot believe this is happening. I have the broken heart with all the stories that I’m reading, ¡¡locations that I know of!! Please, try to keep yourselves safe.”.

The whole extent is little

Spain also joined few days ago to social isolation through the permanence of all the citizens in their homes, in order to prevent the spread of the virus that grows at a high speed. In addition to this, the health authorities and the government asked citizens a series of hygienic measures indispensable, such as washing hands frequently.

For the moment, the only thing we can do is wait to all be resolved quickly and do what we have been imposed on us. #QuédateEnCasa.