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The crisis triggered by COVID-19 paralyzed all activities that required human closeness!  But here are a few that have discovered how to unlock areas of activity blocked by the authorities.  So did a hairdresser in Ireland, the owner of a bar in Seville, Spain, and a young British man.

 Nearly 5 million people have been infected and more than 318,000 have died in the fight against the new coronavirus, which is not as resistant as SARS, but is up to three times more contagious.  Until the release of a vaccine (estimated to be mass-produced by the end of 2021), humanity will have to learn to protect itself and "cohabit with the killer virus," warns Michael Ryan, WHO's director of emergency situations.  Many have already begun to make ingenious lifestyle changes to protect themselves and others from the killer virus.

  • Seville, Spain.  The bar "La Gitana Loca” hired a robot as a bartender to be able to operate during the coexistence with the virus.  The robot bartender produced by the cyber company Macco can fill and serve 600 mugs in an hour.  A pint sells for 0.70 euros and owner Alberto Martinez, 53, hopes to receive the operating license on May 24 when, theoretically, the state of emergency would end if Parliament does not accept Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's proposal to extend it for  another 30 days.

  •  Drogheda, Ireland.  She invented the anti-COVID-19 hairdressing chair in order not to leave his clients with tousled hair during the epidemic.  Hairdresser Jean McDonnell, from Drogheda, Lough, Ireland, opened her salon before the government began the phase of easing the austerity measures.  She does the hair of her clients in front of other salons after her husband Alan developed a plexiglass cage that protects her and protects clients from possible contamination.  Obviously, at the end of April a session at the hairdresser could cost 100 euros.

  • Stratford-Upon-Avon, United Kingdom.  He invented the curtain for hugs because he couldn't imagine seeing his grandmother and not being able to hug her.  Briton Antony Cauvin, 29, spent £ 70 to turn a shower curtain into a special device to hug his grandmother during the coronavirus epidemic.  He posted a video with the emotional moment on a social network.  The UK has recorded over 35,000 deaths and has 245,000 people infected.


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