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7 activities that you can do during quarantine with your partner

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This period of isolation you spend with your partner should be like a moment of respite, in which you enjoy each other more.


 Even if we miss the active lifestyle we had before, the romantic meetings, the dinners at the restaurant or the surprises our partner prepared, this does not mean that we are no longer part of them in isolation, but rather  you and he must adapt to the situation and continue to be romantic with each other.


 Despite the fact that it is a crisis and extremely overwhelming, think that being with your partner can help you find your balance and have a much better emotional state.


 Here are our recommendations that you can put into practice in isolation with your partner:


 1. Cook together

 If before you and your partner did not have time to cook, you did not like or used to order food, now you have the opportunity to experience it.  Whether you are trying new recipes or prefer to cook some of your favorite foods, think about it as an opportunity to learn new things from one another.  Besides, what can be more romantic than a dinner prepared by your partner?


2. Sing

 We must admit that karaoke sessions are extremely fun.  In this case, what would it be like if you challenged your partner to karaoke?  It is an activity that can get you out of the comfort zone and will give you an instant well-being.  In addition, from a psychological point of view, it can improve your communication and make you express your emotions much better.


 3. Make a puzzle

 You may not expect to recommend making a puzzle with your boyfriend, but here it may be an option that you can consider.  It is an activity that keeps your mind busy, can relieve stress and, in addition, with a bottle of wine, is the ideal recipe for a perfect evening.

 4. Paint

 During this period, we are all looking for different ways to manifest our creativity, and painting can be one of them.  It is an excellent way to curb your emotions, and if you are not inspired, well, it can come from movies, serials, books, music or even from those around you.


 5. Relax

 Almost everyone recommends that, in isolation, we relax and do those things that we have postponed.  Well, what if you and your partner turned your house into a spa? And do not think that it is very difficult, you need some candles, face masks, skin care products that have a special smell and, let's not forget, extremely comfortable clothes.


6. Try yoga

 Yoga is one of the ways that frees us from negative thoughts and helps us to have a balance between mind, body and soul.  One of the main actions that yoga has is to reduce stress because it combines both meditation and deep breathing exercises.  And if neither you nor your partner have tried so far, well, you can find a lot of examples of yoga exercises for couples.


 7. Play board games

 If you and your boyfriend were used to board games, then you shouldn't abandon them in isolation.  It is an opportunity to give up the Netflix series and believe us, you will not regret it because you will certainly have a lot of fun.  Moreover, there is now the possibility to play online with other friends,

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A young boy was between the choice to stay in Cairo with family or catch the last flight to Canada to be with his love during quarantine. Traveling during this pandemic is dangerous, but isn’t love more important ?


As Covid-19 began to spread, no where can be safer to self-isolate than near your soulmate. Love makes people do stupid things, and travel around the world during coronavirus pandemic.


He is a Canadian-Egyptian in love with an Italian-American, Francesca Brundisini, who is working in Quebec City. She's new in the city and feared of self-isolation, while she did not have friends or family near her.

As news of the coronavirus pandemic spread fast worldwide, the pair realized that this virus  would last more than a few weeks, Eihab Boraie decided to catch the last flight.

There was no guarantee he would be able to find a flight, but the will was so strong that magic happened.

Both his parents are in their 60s and are at high-risk to get the infection as they suffer from various health complications, leaving them alone was the hardest step and decision.

But in the end they encouraged Eihab to try to find a flight, partly because they cared and worried about his girlfriend being alone in Canada.


The flight to Quebec City was half empty, allowing most passengers to take a row of seats for themselves.

In the time it took him to get there, the number of infected and died raised, so now being more than a thousand dead people of Covid-19, and the death toll had surpassed 10,000 globally.

When his girlfriend Francesca arrived at the airport, Eihab got down on one knee, and proposed.

She was completely surprised because 48 hours she was waiting for him and didn't know when and if she would ever see him again.

She accepted Eihab proposal, they removed their masks and made it official with a long kiss.

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This are new pictures from the favorite promenade areas of New Yorkers at the end of last week.  In order to avoid overcrowding in the parks and to help comply with the rules of social distance, the authorities drew circles in which no more than six people could enter.

The New York authorities extended the recommendation to stay at home to the citizens of this state until mid-June, given that here alone the balance of infections with the new coronavirus exceeded 350,000 months, May 18, and the death toll had reached 28,325.


 However, it did not stop New Yorkers from taking advantage of the beautiful weather to go for a walk.  To help enforce the rules of social distance, police drew several circles in areas preferred by city dwellers and numerous patrols were sent to the field to discourage the formation of groups of more than six people.

Police also handed out protective masks to those who did not have them, given that for several days there has been talk of the excessive zeal of the New York City authorities towards people caught not respecting the rules of social distance.


 The governor of New York relies on the common sense of the citizens to keep the spread of the new coronavirus under control.  "I can't tell you what will happen.  If people are smart, we will see increases in the number of diseases, but we will not see a peak, "said Andrew Como,.

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An Italian priest infected with coronavirus gave up his respirator which his parishioners bought for him to a younger patient — and then died from the deadly virus.


Giuseppe Berardelli, the main priest in the town of Casnigo, died last week in Lovere hospital, after he refused to take the respirator after finding out the other younger patient, who was a complete stranger, also needed it.

He was one of at least 60 priests who died in Italy this month as the European nation was the epicenter of the deadly pandemic and suffered the biggest amount of deaths, while having the oldest population in Europe.


People living in Casnigo were reported to have applauded from their windows and balconies as the coffin was taken for burial. There was no funeral, but people tried their best to express their regrets and love.

On Tuesday, Pope Francis led a prayer for the deceased doctors and priests, "thanking God for their heroic example in serving those who were sick".


Italy has 63,927 people with Covid-19, the disease caused by the virus. So far it has reported 6,077 deaths and 7,432 people who have been discharged from hospital after recovering.


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From partitions in cafes to thermal imagers in shopping centers.  The coronavirus pandemic has greatly changed our world - many previously unaccustomed precautions have now become the norm.  And they may well remain even after a complete victory over COVID-19.  This applies to disinfection, social distance, face masks and other important aspects of our safety.  Here are 12 examples of how the world has now begun to adapt to a new reality.

 1. In one of the gyms in Hong Kong, glass partitions were installed separating cardiovascular equipment.  Such barriers are designed to reduce the risk of the spread of viral infections transmitted by airborne droplets.


2. In the same room there is also a spray of a disinfectant that destroys bacteria, viruses and mold spores in the air.


3. In one of McDonald's, a thermal imager now stands at the entrance, which checks the temperature of all visitors.


4. A restaurant in Shanghai sprays visitors with a disinfectant solution.


5. And now Starbucks in Taipei looks like - at least some protection against direct contact.


6. In some institutions, dishes are disinfected directly at guests table.


7. And in one of Beijing's restaurants, take-away orders are delivered to the door by a robot.


8. In a number of Chinese schools, students at the entrance to the class are now processed from and to.


9. In shopping centers in Asia, escalators began to be supplemented with UV sterilizers that destroy germs and viruses on handrails.


10. And in the shopping center of Bangkok there was a robot that measures the temperature of all people passing by it.  So you can quickly identify the patient.


11. In many restaurants, guests began to receive paper bags in which you can remove the mask for meals.


12. A supermarket in Denmark installed a mobile station for washing hands at the entrance - it can be used before shopping and after.

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The crisis triggered by COVID-19 paralyzed all activities that required human closeness!  But here are a few that have discovered how to unlock areas of activity blocked by the authorities.  So did a hairdresser in Ireland, the owner of a bar in Seville, Spain, and a young British man.

 Nearly 5 million people have been infected and more than 318,000 have died in the fight against the new coronavirus, which is not as resistant as SARS, but is up to three times more contagious.  Until the release of a vaccine (estimated to be mass-produced by the end of 2021), humanity will have to learn to protect itself and "cohabit with the killer virus," warns Michael Ryan, WHO's director of emergency situations.  Many have already begun to make ingenious lifestyle changes to protect themselves and others from the killer virus.

  • Seville, Spain.  The bar "La Gitana Loca” hired a robot as a bartender to be able to operate during the coexistence with the virus.  The robot bartender produced by the cyber company Macco can fill and serve 600 mugs in an hour.  A pint sells for 0.70 euros and owner Alberto Martinez, 53, hopes to receive the operating license on May 24 when, theoretically, the state of emergency would end if Parliament does not accept Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's proposal to extend it for  another 30 days.

  •  Drogheda, Ireland.  She invented the anti-COVID-19 hairdressing chair in order not to leave his clients with tousled hair during the epidemic.  Hairdresser Jean McDonnell, from Drogheda, Lough, Ireland, opened her salon before the government began the phase of easing the austerity measures.  She does the hair of her clients in front of other salons after her husband Alan developed a plexiglass cage that protects her and protects clients from possible contamination.  Obviously, at the end of April a session at the hairdresser could cost 100 euros.

  • Stratford-Upon-Avon, United Kingdom.  He invented the curtain for hugs because he couldn't imagine seeing his grandmother and not being able to hug her.  Briton Antony Cauvin, 29, spent £ 70 to turn a shower curtain into a special device to hug his grandmother during the coronavirus epidemic.  He posted a video with the emotional moment on a social network.  The UK has recorded over 35,000 deaths and has 245,000 people infected.


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