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15-terrible-toilets-that-you-dont-want-to-use-at-all

Sometimes in bars, schools and various shopping centers there are such toilets that seemed to be created for show.  No one wanted or tried to make them convenient to use.  Here are 15 striking examples from Web users.


 1. Transparent doors in booths are increasingly common.

2. The relief does not change the essence.

3. Or cabins are not needed at all?

4. Another option in one of the bars.

5. These booths are definitely not needed.

6. But it’s light.

7. Or so. It seems more strange.

8. And just a masterpiece.

9. Bugs bunny is that you?

10. Another viewer option with a flush button on the chest.  It’s scary to imagine what is hidden behind the lid.

11. Cramped, but no offense

12. Almost like in a famous meme.  Light version.

13. The mission is impossible in one of the schools: to get out of the booth without hitting the urinal.

14. Toilet for people with wheelchairs, which they are unlikely to be able to use.


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how-to-protect-yourself-from-coronavirus-if-you-need-to-get-back-to-work

These simple rules will help you stay healthy at your workplace during the coronavirus.


  1. Keep the social distance.


When you walk fast, run, ride a bicycle, it can increase to 4–20 meters.

 If you keep such a distance with others, the smallest droplets of saliva that will not reach you when talking, coughing, breathing will cause another, possibly infected person.  And you, in turn, do not share your own.


 2. Try changing your work schedule.


 Your task is to make it possible to get to work and leave it before or after rush hour.  In this case, you don’t have to jostle in crowded public transport or walk along crowded streets where it is difficult to maintain distance.

 Talk to your boss: maybe you will meet and shift your working hours.


 3. Use less public transport


 If possible, get to the place of work by your car or bike or walk.  Naturally, at a safe distance from others.

 And try not to use elevators.  Even if the cab comes empty, you don’t know who was riding it 10 seconds before you.  The virus can still remain in the air.

 4. Wear a mask on the way to work


 On the street, if you are absolutely healthy, and there are few people around, you can walk without it.  But only if the authorities of your region do not require otherwise.  


5. Wear a mask in the workplace


 You need to wear it all day for your safety.

 At the same time, you need to wear a mask correctly.  Here's what the WHO recommends:


  •  Do not touch the mask with your hands after putting it on.  If you still touch, wash your hands with soap or treat with an antiseptic gel.
  •  As soon as the mask becomes wet from breathing, replace it with a new one.  Usually you have to do this every two hours.
  •  Only remove the mask by the mounts.  In no case do not touch the part that is adjacent to the face.  After this, the disposable medical mask should be immediately discarded, the reusable - sent to the wash.


 6. Disinfect hands


 The primary transmission route for coronaviruses is via airborne droplets.  But there is a risk of contracting by the contact way: first, touch the surface on which the coronavirus donkeys, and then touch the mucous membrane of the nose, mouth, or eyes.


 Therefore, it is extremely important to wash your hands regularly during a pandemic.  Best of all - with warm water and soap, at least 20 seconds.  If there is no access to water, you can treat your hands with an antiseptic or alcohol wipes.  Make sure that the alcohol in these products was at least 70%.


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in-russia-mortality-from-alcohol-increased-during-the-pandemic

Do you drink a lot while you sit at home?  


The head of the Ministry of Health, Mikhail Murashko, during a speech in the State Duma, said that in Russia during the pandemic of the coronavirus COVID-19, people egan to die more often from alcohol.  He did not provide statistics, but noted that it is based on operational monitoring data on mortality rates.


 Murashko also recalled the agency’s initiative to increase the age of alcohol sales from 18 to 21 years.  According to him, now it is precisely from the age of 18 that mortality rates increase sharply, especially in men.  And this must be fought.

 Murashko noted that in conditions of self-isolation, the consumption of alcoholic beverages increased by 2-3%.  However, alcohol in the current situation can have a negative effect on immunity, making you more vulnerable to the virus.  


There are a lot of interesting stuff to do at home during the pandemic. It is the moment to spend all your time with your family, plan healthy meals and do sport. Maybe is the time to lose some weight? Do some exercises. Or maybe you want to increase your knowledge, so here you go with online courses.

Do not perceive alcohol as a method to waste your time during quarantine!

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how-the-world-quarantine-is-gradually-being-canceled-due-to-coronavirus

The number of cases of coronavirus in the world as of May 13, according to Johns Hopkins University, exceeded 4.2 million. But in some countries, depending on the specific epidemiological situation, the previously introduced restrictions are gradually mitigated.  In Europe, quarantine measures were started in April.  


In India, after seven weeks of quarantine, rail links partially opened. Flights from several major cities, including New Delhi and Mumbai, became available.  Passengers control the temperature, they must treat their hands with a disinfectant when boarding the train and at the end of the trip.


In Germany, people returned to the gyms.


Czech authorities allowed restaurants to open summer verandas.


In Israel, parks were opened and allowed to use outdoor sports equipment while maintaining social distance.


In Bangladesh, some factories, logistics services and shops were allowed to return to work, but with limited working hours.


Schools are gradually returning to work in France: indoors, social distance must be respected, so most children will continue to study remotely.


In Los Angeles were opened walking trails.  In crowded places, such as parking, the use of masks is mandatory.


In Switzerland were opened shops, museums and libraries.


Hairdressers opened in Turkey.


In the UK, people were allowed to sunbathe in the parks nearby from housing and to engage in sports without restrictions.


Iranian authorities opened mosques during several holy nights of Ramadan.


In Buenos Aires (Argentina) opened bookstores and children's stores.


In the Australian state of Victoria, people are allowed to meet friends and families.  At home, you can receive up to five guests, and walking on the street - in a company consisting of a maximum of ten people.

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7-industries-that-began-to-grow-rapidly-during-the-pandemic

Bemorepanda found out what to expect after lifting the restrictions. During quarantine we found out industries that are supposed to grow up rapidly during quarantine. We started using service that maybe where unnecessary for us before the pandemic. Here are the industries that are going to have a great success after the quarantine ends.


1. Grocery retail

 No matter what happens, people will be hungry.  In a stressful situation, we buy even more products.  The process of absorption of food calms, and stocks on the shelves alleviate anxiety: suddenly that, and in the house there is buckwheat and potatoes.


2. Courier services

 Grocery stores were allowed not to close; other shopping facilities were less fortunate.  They, as well as public catering establishments, are saved by courier services that take delivery on themselves.  If you leave the house (exclusively on business, of course), you can see how many people in the street are in branded clothes.  They all carry something to someone.  So the increase in revenue and the staff of courier services is a natural consequence of quarantine measures.

3. Online education

 Learning through the Internet is a trend of recent years.  It’s convenient when you don’t need to go to an English tutor through the whole city or you can get a profession sitting on your own couch.  The web has many courses on any subject - from painting to physics.  The pandemic added to the number of online students those who decided to learn something from boredom or who risk losing their profession in a crisis.


4. IT area

 Prior to the advent of coronavirus, this industry did not complain about stagnation, but the pandemic gave it new growth points.  One of them is tools for business.  Due to restrictive measures, conservative spheres, which slowly and reluctantly went online, were forced to accelerate.  Someone met a pandemic with outdated, barely working sites, while someone didn’t have a debug channel at all.  All this required immediate intervention.  This is where IT services came in handy.

5. Home fitness products

 The pandemic dispersed into the apartments and lovers of fitness equipment, and runners, and people involved in horizontal bars.  All of them had to decide the issue of training at home.  Therefore, the demand for compact exercise machines, elastic bands and expanders, weights and dumbbells has grown.

 Interest in online training has increased.  If for fitness centers this is an attempt to upgrade the brand and save at least some kind of income, then for those who initially relied on it, this is a great opportunity for growth.


6. Juridic services

 The demand for legal assistance does not come from a good life.  Unfortunately, the pandemic creates all the conditions to throw people’s problems.  We have to solve issues related to the closure of the business, job cuts, job loss, the use of credit and other banking products.


7. Intimate goods

 On the one hand, the self-isolation regime closed access to new acquaintances and non-binding sex, and even loners would like to be released in a stressful situation.  On the other hand, the couples were locked together.

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