Not only people respect social distancing rules – animals are also following the recommendation of WHO in order to stop spreading the coronavirus pandemic. (20 funny pictures)
The WHO (World Health Organization) advises that people should maintain at least 1 meter distance between them in order to prevent spreading the coronavirus infection, which already killed more than 154.726 people and over 2.2 million confirmed cases.
And while humans are starting to get used to the new reality, animals are also joining the club. People are sharing photos of their pets practicing social distancing in order to stop spreading the pandemic because hey - after all, we all live on the same planet so we are into this together.
Bemorepanda has compiled a collection of top funny photos that prove animals are helping humans make the world a safer place.
1.Cats respect the social distance rule of 1-meter even while hunting
2.A group of cats siting on chairs, making sure they follow the 1-meter distance
3.This is how cats are are social distancing in Japan
4.In Poland, same like in Japan, everyone respect the rules, including cats
5.At a grocery store, next in line is a cat respecting the social distancing indicators
6.Seagulls get it
7.Who is next in line, please?
8.This dog is saving a space for its owner
9.How dogs are keeping social distance in Croatia
10.Meanwhile in India, dogs are rescpecting the distance
11.Only one cat a time is allowed to enter the house
12.This is how Moose are practising social distancing
13.The moment you see your neighbour on the stairs and you realize you are too close to him
14.Cats seems to get this
15.Ducks enjoying a nice view and spending a good time 1-meter apart
16.Every dog knows that social distancing is a must
17.Romeo and Julieta during coronavirus pandemic
18.If everyone will respect the social distancing as these two good boys
19.Seagulls keeping distance between each other
20.Stay safe, stay home & visit through the glass
21.Bin Chickens make sure that Backpackers are respecting the rules
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,.
Even though some bans have begun to rise gradually, with citizens now more free to act, the coronavirus pandemic is still a risk and should not be treated differently.
On the occasion of the reopening of relaxation spaces but also of "social connection", including bars, terraces or restaurants, some special "tools" were created for location owners to ensure that their customers fully comply with the rules of social distance, which are still in force.
Thus, even if some find this extremely funny, in addition to the indispensable protective mask and gloves, special tables have appeared against the unwanted approach of this period. In the United States, several owners of bars and terraces have already appropriated them, and customers seem not to have been reluctant about this invention, giving it a try and having fun at the same time with funny videos or photos in which appear in the new hypostasis.
The tables are individual and circular, with a space in the middle for a single person. Thus, even if you want a closer relationship, if the other person you are with is inside the "table", this is practically impossible.
In the form of huge lifebuoys, the protection tables are supported on metal structures provided with wheels. Thus, customers can get closer to each other to beak a glass at a distance of about 1.5 meters from each other. These personal protective tables appeared on May 16 at the Fish Tales Bar & Grill in Ocean City, Maryland, United States and were appreciated by customers, happy to be able to rotate freely from one "table" to another.
Man adapts to anything! Following the example of the Americans, the Germans organized a strip club with social distance. How was that possible? People who want to see naked dancers come to the club, but not as they did before, but drive-through. They have a show in the car, and thus respect the measures of social distancing.
A drive-thru strip club has opened in Germany offering customers socially entertaining fun for the first time in over two months of quarantine. Uninhibited motorists lined up in Landshut, Bavaria, on Friday (May 29th) to see live performances with dancers at the bar and sexy DJs, according to the Daily Star.
They had to pay around 30 euros for the show and a glass of sparkling wine from the house. The show took place in a tent of events. The motorists were allowed 15 minutes each, so that everyone had the chance to enjoy the striptease show.
The manager of the drive-thru strip club said: "It's beautiful now, it's moving again, there's life, you can say it's fun again." During the Covid-19 outbreak, Germany kept its mortality rate relatively low at 8,302 so far, despite the number of cases.
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