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#1 Positiveside

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Posted 15 October 2020 - 02:41 AM

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COVID-19 has affected our day to day life and is slowing down the global economy. In what way has Covid-19 affected you personally?



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Posted 15 October 2020 - 09:25 AM

Hi Positiveside
Well for me personally there is a lot of work related stress because I deal with people on a daily basis and most of them don't want to wear a mask when they come to my office. It's driving me crazy and I refuse to interact with them..also they want to shake my hand or sit near me and I have no words for that.
Our access to basic health care is limited and I have had problems getting appointments for my kids when they were sick for example.
I cannot visit my family that lives 300 km away. I'm sure there are more and I'll write it down when I remember :)
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Posted 03 November 2020 - 10:13 AM

Hi Positiveside
Well for me personally there is a lot of work related stress because I deal with people on a daily basis and most of them don't want to wear a mask when they come to my office. It's driving me crazy and I refuse to interact with them..also they want to shake my hand or sit near me and I have no words for that.
Our access to basic health care is limited and I have had problems getting appointments for my kids when they were sick for example.
I cannot visit my family that lives 300 km away. I'm sure there are more and I'll write it down when I remember smile.png
How about you?

 

Same here, haven't visited any family/relative since the start of the lockdown. I am also currently working from home, which I think is really the best way for now.



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Posted 23 November 2020 - 03:17 PM

for me, I am glad that I still have a job. the sad part is I haven't visited my parents for I think 7 months and I missed them dearly



#5 KarennJames

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Posted 09 February 2021 - 03:32 PM

The coronavirus has introduced new adjustments in the life of every person. The main disadvantage of remoteness is the lack of a hard border between home and office. You can work directly in your underwear, do not go to the shower and do not shave. To create a working feeling, you need to get ready for work. Take a shower, get dressed, or at least put on some element of office clothing. That is, to let the brain know that you are serious and are not going to be lazy. It was hard for me to get out of a state where I just didn't want to live. When the quarantine measures were lifted a little, I started working in the park to dilute the atmosphere a little. The next day I had a fever and my friend advised me  to check if I have a virus. Unfortunately, the test was positive and I immediately had to start treatment and go to isolation. Can you imagine how many people I would have been able to infect if I hadn't found out about it early?







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