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Italian club donates space to emergency services during COVID-19 crisis

Milan’s Social Music City has offered its sprawling space to emergency services

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Milan club Social Music City has offered its space to be used by Italian emergency services until the end of April.

In a statement released this week, it was revealed that the club’s 20,000 square meters would be made available to emergency services in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which much of the space being modified into accommodation for 

Read the club’s statement below.  

"In such a serious moment for the whole world, Social Music City wants to make its contribution in this battle that involves all of us, aware of the indescribable effort to which all the people who work day and night in hospitals are subjected to save lives. Our eternal gratitude goes to them, a message starting from Social and I am sure all professionals of clubbing and festivals have in common. Ours is a market area made up of entrepreneurs and which contributes to creating jobs and an important supply chain. Duty, in an emergency phase like this, to do our part. Social Music City will return with its music and DJs at the end of this emergency "

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, London Studio 338 revealed that it would become a food bank, storage, and distribution centre for vulnerable people.

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