These Coronavirus days have changed the lives of so many people, it will enter the history books as a turning point of the start of 21st century as the third decade starts with such a colossal turmoil, be it medical, financial or sociological. As such, I will be adding to my regular photo entries also a personal journal that will focus on facts and my opinions on the developments of these significant pandemic affecting our lives so profoundly, with images, photos and text. I hope you will enjoy reading it as I enjoy writing and documenting my life in this era.
Infected – 2,170
Seriously ill – 37
Deaths – 5
Social interaction lives in the days of Corona, thanks to technology (Whatsapp and Zoom applications), and my youngest son talked with his kindgarten friend, while I was on one zoom meeting and my elder son was on another with his friends (below).
The government placed a tight closure: except for going to essential work places, pharmacies and groceries, basically you’re not allowed to leave the house for more than a short period to up to 100 meters away.
While I went outside for a quick purchase of dishwasher tablets, I saw this casual scene which a month ago would have made everybody look twice. Now, its uncommon to see people without a mask on their faces in the open. The face mask is now king of the Every Day Carry (EDC).