Florence rediscovers a centuries-old food delivery system

Florence is reviving a centuries-old food delivery system to help cope amid the coronavirus pandemic. When the plague ravaged the Italian city in the 1600s, food was handed to people through small holes in the walls of taverns to stem the contagion. Today, as part of COVID-19 restrictions, some of those same holes are


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