My experience of what it feels like getting infected with COVID-19 during the brutal second wave in India.
Quarantine Diaries from different parts of the world showing a glimpse of the lockdown in their country and how they have been coping with it.
I named the album #dirumahaja; it’s a hashtag Indonesians use to encourage people to just stay at home (di rumah aja = just stay/be at home).
A short image of what Pakistan is facing and tips to take care of your mental health during the pandemic.
No one could’ve predicted that we would be living under strict regulations to stay indoors for such an extended period. 2020 – this was supposed to be our year.
As an essential worker who relies on public transit it is terrifying. We need to be more aware of the consequences and not try to rush reopening.
When they said on the morning news that we had our first case of covid-19 up high in Finland. I was not afraid, because it was still so far away.
The lockdown was announced in my neck of the woods on a windy Wednesday evening on March 11. It started out as a regular day with no premonition of the challenging times coming our way.
But since this lock-down started, I’ve been dreaming and dreaming. And I believe that everything happened lately was a sign to me to go fulfil my dreams!
I vividly remember the day my government announced that Luzon was going to be put under lockdown or community quarantine as they put it.
Covid-19 didn’t really start hitting the United States until the middle of March. There were a few cities that had started seeing outbreaks, but it certainly wasn’t nationwide yet. Everything escalated very quickly.
It’s been 60 days since I stepped outside my home. Sharing my thoughts on how life is changing while I continue to self-quarantine myself in India.
Coronavirus has completely changed the way we live. Once we go back I hope we don’t go back to normal, we go back to be better.