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Going crazy In quarantine seems familliar???

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compilation-of-a-heartbreaking-moments-when-people-are-protecting-their-loved-ones-during-coronavirus-pandemic

According to World Health Organization, as of today, March 25, 2020 there are over 435,353 confirmed cases of Coronavirus infections, almost 20.000 deaths and there are about 111,870 people that have recovered. Out of those people who are infected, about 290,624 (96%) are in mild condition and 13,241 (4%) are in serious or critical condition. The most affected countries are now Italy and Spain, with over 69.176 cases and 47,610 accordingly.


As the number of cases more than doubled recently, many countries are now trying to prevent or at least slow the spread of the virus using self-isolation, social distancing and in some cases, introducing country-wide quarantines.


But what happens when your loved one is diagnosed with Coronavirus? You cannot get close to them, as you risk getting the infection and you can also infect others. So in this said moments, people are sharing pictures online of the people they care the most.


Some of the pictures, like touching the hands through the window or sitting next door with the loved one can have an emotional impact. And we should applaud their efforts because it keeps themselves and others safe during this difficult time.


This is how a couple in their 90's end up spending their time together during the quarantine, beucase of a femure fracture



Children made a surpise visit to her mom to say happy birthday, where she could not hold her tears



A father with his son are talking over the phone every day during the Covid-19 lockdown



In nursing homes, visitors are not allowed during the pandemic period. So, in order not to upset the grandma, they made a surprise visit



Another example when you are not allowed to visiti the Nursing Home, but that doesn't stop you. Try not to hide your tears, as the picture bellow is worth a million of words.




Couple meet only for a few minutes during the first line of defense against Coronavirus



This is how grandparents meet their grandson for the first time during the coronavirus pandemic



Another example of meeting the grandson for the first time. Breathtaking



This is how a birthday surprise looks like during quarantine



Nothing can stope this old couple from supporting each over, especially during this difficult period for all of us.



Granddaughter tells her Grandfather that she got engaged. Emotional scene



Reported by Bemorepanda Team

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