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A funny cat video on the internet is going viral portraying how life will look after the pandemic

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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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Meet - this is Susan.  She lives in 2045 and has been working remotely for 25 years. 


According to British psychologists and fitness experts, this is exactly what people who started working remotely in 2020 due to a pandemic will look like.  The study showed that in Britain, 80% of employees choose from several vacancies exactly the job where there is the opportunity to work remotely.

 

In this regard, people have extra time and the opportunity to make more snacks, moving only from the bed to the computer and to the refrigerator - so the hypothetical Susan will form a second chin and obesity will begin.  


Using Susan as an example, it is shown that a prolonged stay at the computer negatively affects the eyes - dryness, inflammation and redness appear.  Ophthalmologists offer to turn away from the computer every 15-30 minutes and look somewhere into the distance for a minute.  

Lack of motor activity will lead Susan to a violation of posture - the hump will begin to grow, her rounded shoulders and neck will stretch forward, because she constantly needs to look forward at the computer.  This in turn will lead to constant pain in the neck and back.  Doctors advise getting up from the table every 30-40 minutes and doing any exercises for several minutes to improve blood circulation in the body.


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The French Brewers Association has announced that it will be forced to destroy 10 million liters of beer due to the closure of cafes, restaurants and pubs caused by the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, BFM reports.


The liquidation will be made, since the shelf life of the drink is running out and there is no point in storing beer further. Moreover, the destruction of products will cost significant amounts for the companies.


"The abrupt closure of cafes, restaurants, stopping tourist activities and the cancellation of all festivals and events have led to the fact that more than 10 million liters of beer are not in demand," the association announced.



It is noted that about 70% of breweries in France reported a reduction of at least half the turnover since mid-March.


The tough form of isolation regime in France is expected to end on May 11. Citizens will be able to move around without special permission from the authorities, which is currently necessary due to the isolation regime introduced in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, except for movements over distances of more than 100 km from the house, which will be possible only for family or professional reasons.


At the same time, citizens over 65 years of age are still being urged to respect the isolation regime due to higher risk of infection in this age group.


After May 11, a gradual resumption of companies will begin, although working from home will continue, where possible, for at least the next three weeks.



The trading network, except for restaurants and cafes, will open on May 11. For restaurants and cafes, a separate decision will be made at the end of May with the prospect of a possible opening after June 2.


At the same time, a recent pole by FranceInfo reported that –25% of breweries in France have been forced to close and 70% have declared a loss of up to 50% in revenue since March 15.

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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.


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A dog wearing a protective mask is seen with its owner inside an autorickshaw in Chennai, India, March 30, 2020. / P. Ravikumar


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A man wearing a protective mask walks his dog in Bari, Italy March 31, 2020. / Alessandro Garofalo


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A man relaxes with his dog on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 26, 2020. / Ricardo Moraes



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A dog looks out the window as a boy studies at home via video conference in Rome, Italy, March 30, 2020. / Alberto Lingria



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A dog wears a mask on a street in Shanghai, China March 22, 2020. Aly Song



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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



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A man wearing a face mask and his dog look out of a window in Prague, Czech Republic, March 24, 2020. / David W Cerny


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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



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A dog looks through an apartment window in Washington, March 17, 2020. / Carlos Barria



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Lea, 19, plays with her cat as she studies at home during the coronavirus lockdown in Moorsel, Belgium March 31, 2020. / Francois Lenoir


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