Not an expert into politics, neither Covid-19
It shouldn’t come as a surprise but toilet paper isn’t the only thing that’s scarce these days – face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) is in dire need too. Naturally, this led to some people getting creative and coming up with all sorts of ways of protecting themselves. And let’s just say that not all attempts were entirely successful.
People are using anything at their disposal – from pads to medieval armor – to protect themselves and it seems like there’s no limit to their creativity. Check out all the unique ways people are protecting themselves from the coronavirus in the gallery below!
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As the number of people infected by the coronavirus is increasing day by day, reaching close to 400.000 cases globally, people don't have any other choice but to stay positive with the help of humor - because it makes us laugh and helps us forget about our worries.
Here at Bemorepanda we have collected a list of top Covid-19 jokes. So, either if you are working from home or in self-isolation, we hope that what you will see bellow will put a smile on your face and help you stay optimistic.
As people are not travelling at all during Coronavirus pandemic, many internet users are making fun of travelling to the kitchen and back to the bedroom as their holiday
On March 29, 2020, the clocks will go forward one hour. When the clocks turn forward an hour we enter British Summer Time or BST. It means we can stay home for another hour. Because of this, many internet users are making fun as because of the COVID-19 quarantine, there is a complete lockdown in place across most of the countries.
What else can you do during the Coronavirus Pandemic, apart from nothing. And this is the moment to act and actually Do Nothing
During quarantine, one of the very few place you can go is to the local grocery store and to buy food for two weeks ahead. Once every two weeks they say...
How the perception of people drinking at home has changed from 2019 to 2020. While last year people would consider you a looser, this year you suddenly become a good citizen
Often, people will think that you are unemployed for staying home all day.
People around the world are on quarantine for the fast two months now, with over 2,5 million confirmed cases and 171.800 deaths. Life is not the same anymore, we cannot go to the gym, we cannot go out clubbing, meet with friends, or even family... So, what else can we do?
Memes - that's right, the internet is flooded with people who make memes about the coronavirus pandemic. Because hey, there is not much else you can do except laugh.
Laughter can help in a crisis such as a coronavirus pandemic - and people should not feel guilty about it, according to a university professor.
Psychologist Prof Richard Wiseman, from the University of Hertfordshire, says "finding the funny" is a "common way" of coping.
So, make yourself comfortable and explore a collection to 50 funny jokes that will bust your immune system during these difficult times.
5.Donal Trump haircut during coronavirus
For people staying at home to help curb the spread of Coronavirus, watching a movie, reading a book or just browing online for funny content is very good "partly because it distracts you and also because it puts you in a good mood", according to BBC,
"Laughter is contagious: you hear people laugh and you laugh as well, Prof Richard Wiseman says.
He also said joking about the current situation was acceptable, as people often do what comedians call "finding the funny" to deal with stressful events.
"You may feel bad about that but as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else it's a common way of coping," he said.
"There are studies which show that those who find the funny are psychologically and physically healthier.
18.A priest in Russia during the quarantine. Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on the 23 March, the Archbishops requires that churches must now close both for private worship and public services.
Such protective equipment can make you dangerous to others.
Sometimes protective fabric masks are equipped with a special valve. In this case, the mask works like this - you inhale air through filters and exhale it through a one-way valve. Thus, warm air comes out from under the mask faster, it becomes easier to breathe, the mask is easier to wear, and glasses will not fog up.
We put on masks for two reasons. Firstly, we hope that they will protect us from COVID-19 (however, disputes are still underway regarding the effectiveness of masks). Secondly, more importantly, the mask does not allow us to infect others, if we are sick and do not suspect it.
The valve allows free passage of air as it exhales. This means that an infected person will spread particles of the virus around him as if he weren’t wearing any protection at all.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not recommend using masks and respirators with valves to prevent infection with this disease.
Such protection can be worn in conditions of smog, dust and smoke - for example, at a construction site or factory where harmful particles are floating in the air. But the mask with the valve will not stop the spread of the virus.
As more people are working remotely due to the Coronavirus quarantine, employees are finding creative ways to appear more online than they actually are.
For example, today most companies are using Zoom Meetings for their daily meetings. For those who are not familiar with Zoom, it is an app that allows people to hold video conferences. Here at Bemorepanda we also use Zoom and we love it!
Ok, so far all good. But, for those who does not know, there’s a feature on Zoom that can tell hosts if chat participants have navigated away from the active window for more than 30 seconds. In other words, your computer narcs you out to your boss when you’re paying more attention to funny animal videos than you are to the meeting.This means that during meetings or online classes, if you think you can switch apps while the other person talks, the app will tell on you.
However, it seems that some Zoom users have gotten pretty creative with how they are beating the app’s feature, where some have created looping videos to make it look like they’re paying attention, while others have created a custom background which features their still image.
As far as the host is concerned, they will think you’re still in the meeting, but you in reality, you can do whatever you like, like lying on your bed, playing games, eating or just nothing. Zoom Meetings was founded in 2011 by Eric Yuan, a lead engineer from Cisco Systems and its collaboration business unit WebEx.
The company went public in April, 2019 and at that time, it was valued at $16 billion. In early 2020, usage of Zoom increased sharply as schools and companies adopted the platform for remote work in response to the coronavirus pandemic, rising 67% from the start of the year to mid-March.