A funny cat video on the internet is going viral portraying how life will look after the pandemic
While there is no clear sign when the coronavirus epidemic will end, one thing is for sure - people are starting to gain weight. They gym are closed, you cannot run in the park and if you do, you risk to get a fine and also you risk spreading the virus.
But that does not stop us to imagine how our life will look like after the pandemic will end. One of the recent videos posted online of a lazy cat got the attention of many users, as this is exactly how they see themselves after post coronavirus:
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30 Funny and adorable pictures of people and pets helping each other through coronavirus pandemic
Many pet owners know how important the companion of our beloved animals can be, especially the joy they bring when you arrive home.
And now, as most of the population around the world is on lockdown, many pet owners have started to share funny pictures of how they currently cope with sharing “their territory” between them.
Bemorepanda has collected a compilation of top cute and adorable pictures that show how much joy and affection pets can bring during self-isolation.
A dog wearing a protective mask is seen with its owner inside an autorickshaw in Chennai, India, March 30, 2020. / P. Ravikumar
A man wearing a protective mask walks his dog in Bari, Italy March 31, 2020. / Alessandro Garofalo
A man relaxes with his dog on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 26, 2020. / Ricardo Moraes
A dog looks out the window as a boy studies at home via video conference in Rome, Italy, March 30, 2020. / Alberto Lingria
A dog wears a mask on a street in Shanghai, China March 22, 2020. Aly Song
Home veterinarian Wendy Jane McCulloch examines 8-year-old cat Ivy at the closed Botanica Inc. office as she makes client home visits, in Manhattan, New York City, March 31, 2020. / Caitlin Ochs
A man wearing a face mask and his dog look out of a window in Prague, Czech Republic, March 24, 2020. / David W Cerny
A cat lies in a window near a theatre in Oberammergau, Germany, March 19, 2020. Bavaria's Passion Play, staged every decade since the 1630s when villagers thanked God for the end of the plague, has been postponed for two years due to the spread of the coronavirus. / Andreas Gebert
A dog looks through an apartment window in Washington, March 17, 2020. / Carlos Barria
Lea, 19, plays with her cat as she studies at home during the coronavirus lockdown in Moorsel, Belgium March 31, 2020. / Francois Lenoir
10 easy Step-by-step guide on how to make your own face mask
Although it does not offer you 100% protection, a mask made by you at home is still better than no method of protection. The main advantage is that it can protect others from you.
With the pandemic, the demand for a number of objects increased, including medical masks. The supply was not up to par, which means that most countries face a shortage of such medical products. Thus, in order to protect yourself, those masks that you can make yourself at home are also useful, if you do not have access to the surgical ones.
But you have to take into account a very important thing: both the medical masks that, before the medical crisis, cost little more, and the ones made at home do not protect you from viruses. What they do is reduce the transmission of disease by protecting other people from the carrier.
First, you will need material, this can be a handkerchief, a cut-up T-shirt, or a new dish towel. The suggested size is 18 inches by 18 inches. Next, you will need hair ties, ribbon or cut-up tights or pantyhose – anything that can wrap comfortably behind the ears.
1) Lay the cloth flat on a plane surface.
2) Fold the top to the center of the cloth.
3) Fold the bottom to the center, to meet the top.
4) Flip the cloth over.
5) Fold the top to the center.
6) Fold the bottom to the center.
7) Flip over.
8) Thread the ends of the folded cloth through the ties.
9) Fold the ends of the cloth in to meet in the middle.
10) Flip it over, and you have a face mask that you can reuse and wash.
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5 things that should not be done immediately after the end of self-isolation
You should not hope that life will immediately return to its former course.
We all wait until the moment when we can hug friends, have a party or go on a trip. But do not rush. Although Coronavirus: Austria and Italy reopen some shops as lockdown eased are showing the first signs of weakening isolation measures, the situation is still serious. The death toll every day is still measured in thousands. We still do not know much about coronavirus and do not have a vaccine.
Whatever rules you enter in your area, use common sense. Here's what you definitely shouldn't do.
1. Have a party or go to a bar
Social distance measures have been introduced for a reason: they slow down the spread of the virus from person to person. A big party or gatherings in a crowded bar is a lot of contacts. If at least one of those present is a coronavirus carrier, he can transfer it to everyone else.
2. Stop washing hands
Even when restrictions are loosened, it will not mean that the coronavirus is over. Many organizations and stores will have to be reopened for economic reasons, although the virus will still spread, albeit more slowly than now.
3. Immediately visit people at high risk
Surely you would like to see elderly relatives as soon as possible, but do not rush with this. There will be no vaccine for a long time, and for people at risk, distancing is still the best way to protect. Before you go to them, think carefully about whether you really need this visit.
4. Start a big trip
When travel is allowed again, hotel and ticket prices are likely to be attractively low. But do not forget that at airports and train stations you will be in close proximity to a large number of people, which means that the risk of infection will greatly increase.
5. Throw away masks
In the future, a new outbreak of coronavirus or even some completely new infection may await us. So reusable masks are definitely not worth throwing out. When travel restrictions are loosened, it is best to combine optimism with realism. Use freedom, but do not give up precautions.