Friday was the Italian military deployed in the town of Mondragone, north of Naples, after the riots between the immigrant workers from Bulgaria and local italians.
Earlier in the week was around 700 immigrant workers put in 15 day quarantine, since the 43 guest workers were tested positive for corona.
It was the Italian authorities to respond quickly. They define the buildings, where gæstearbejderne to daily living, and divided the area into a 'red zone'.
on Thursday it was too much for the husarrestede bulgarians, who tørnede together with local italians.
It writes several Italian media.
It began with the hundreds of bulgarians marched inside the "red zone" with demands to be let out, so they could fit their work and earn money. About 80 angry locals gathered around the buildings on the afternoon and accused the local authorities to discriminate against the italians and be mild towards gæstearbejderne.
Working bulgarians are angry at the Italian authorities, who have put them in a 15-day quarantine to contain a new coronaudbrud. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
According to the Italian news site La Republica says one of the protesters Italian, the situation is devastating.
- We only work four months of the year, this situation makes it worse for us. Bulgarians can take the work somewhere else.
Photographs from the incident show that the bulgarians throws with chairs after the Italian protesters. The italians responded, however, by throwing rocks, among other things, on the parked Bulgarian cars and pulled the plate of them.
" We've had clashes between immigrants and locals before, but now it must stop, said the local governor, Vicenzo De Luca, on Friday. He calls for Mondragones residents are calm and to avoid xenophobic behavior.
The large number of new infections in the city with 30,000 inhabitants has meant that the authorities now require every single inhabitant in the city of corona-tested to contain the local outbreak.
Italy was at one time the country in the world that was hardest hit by the coronaudbruddet. The country closed down in the beginning of march in order to limit the spread of infection. The measures that were put in place, began to be eased in the beginning of may.
In all, the 34.634 people have now died in the country.