Post pandemic

As a result of cOVID-19, I am at Lock Down, i.e. at home isolation. but when COVID-19 , Lock Down will be lifted, what will be the consequence of health of human being and the community as a whole. i think, care should be taken about our health and fitness. Because we know health is wealth. Without health, fitness etc. we can't do anything. That's why, we have to be very careful about the COVID-19. Because Lock Down is lifted, it doesn't mean that COVID-19 has disappeared. I, therefore, take some precautions so that I can't be contacted with Corona Virus, precautions are wear mask for a while when go out, maintain social distancing for a while, if I feel sick of flu, go immediately to see the doctor, as I come home, always wash hands with soap and water for a while. Remember, precaution and prevention are better than cure. Reply

    Last reply: 18th May 2020 / 10 replies / Post by Amu

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ranbaato

Posted by: ranbaato
Posted: 9th May 2020

ranbaato says: I will be a lot more conscious of the need to be very careful with handling things outside the home.I will be very wary of using public transport or facilities.I think pirorities will be different.All the possessions in the world are of no use when you can't really use them.People will hopefully decide like us, there is more to life than the big house and car.We have looked at what we have and havedecided that what we have now is fine. Who needs more? Reply

huehua

Posted by: huehua
Posted: 11th May 2020

ranbaato says: I will be a lot more conscious of the need to be very careful with handling things outside the home.I will be very wary of using public transport or facilities.I think pirorities will be...

huehua says: l agree totally with you. Ranbaato. l do not carry around hand sanitiser. l use only wherever l can find one. l always practise social distanting and only touch things that l want to buy. l go and come home as quickly as possible and lam more alert in public during this virus outbreak.
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MariaG

Posted by: MariaG
Posted: 9th May 2020

MariaG says: We decided to socially isolate before the C19 was officially named pandemic. After the dust settles the decision is to continue taking precautions in the way of sanitizer and face masks.
I am so looking forward to re-connecting with those I care about the most. A face on on a screen or a voice on the phone cannot take the place of a squishy cuddle.
Whilst wandering down the supermarket aisles I found myself pondering the number of different hands the products have contacted. For that reason the decision to continue precautions will prevail.
We have always practised basic hygiene methods...the hand washing, cleaning areas touched by many hands before we touch, however the mask was not a part of it. From now on, it will be.
I am a believer in things coming around the way they should in the end. The catch phrase of the day is "we are all in this together". After the crisis subsides I will be using that catch phrase and adding the word LIFE.
Keep safe everyone.
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lolica

Posted by: lolica
Posted: 10th May 2020

lolica says: I can’t wait for all this crap to be over, I just want my life back and do what I did before,only thing different is that I am more conscious is that I am mortal and life is ending no mater what so no more stress,worry,fights,it’s not worth it,I will enjoy my food and my cappuccino as soon as cafe opens,will take slow approach to life. Reply

Cafestudy Admin

Posted by: Cafestudy Admin
Posted: 11th May 2020

Cafestudy Admin says: Hey Amu, thank you for posting your response to the topic. That is a very good point you raise regarding COVID still being around despite eased restrictions, also true regarding health being wealth! Reply

GK31610191

Posted by: GK31610191
Posted: 11th May 2020

Cafestudy Admin says: Hey Amu, thank you for posting your response to the topic. That is a very good point you raise regarding COVID still being around despite eased restrictions, also true regarding health being wealth!

GK31610191 says: Yes we are isolating. Not going to the shops. Kids are not going to parks which they miss alot. When this lockdown will lift and everything will seem alright. Definitely going to the parks and yes cheesecake shop. But this isolation period taught us so many things. We won't quit the good habits that we learned. Like sanitizing things that we bought. Social distancing is also a good practice. There is no harm. Hope everything will be good again Reply

GK31610191

Posted by: GK31610191
Posted: 11th May 2020

GK31610191 says: Yes we are isolating. Not going to the shops. Kids are not going to parks which they miss alot. When this lockdown will lift and everything will seem alright. Definitely going to the parks and yes cheesecake shop. But this isolation period taught us so many things. We won't quit the good habits that we learned. Like sanitizing things that we bought. Social distancing is also a good practice. There is no harm. Hope everything will be good again Reply

lisasimson

Posted by: lisasimson
Posted: 11th May 2020

lisasimson says: I just want to be free again! Coffee, shopping and free to move about.

Have always been relatively careful re germs and washing hands, and never liked being too close to people in crowds etc. So being hygienic isn't new to me. But I don't want to live with government restrictions forever :) Reply

shelley2016

Posted by: shelley2016
Posted: 11th May 2020

shelley2016 says: I will still be aware to keep my distance from everyone for the forseeable future but im looking forward to catching up again with my friends and going out for lunch. Reply

Mel

Posted by: Mel
Posted: 18th May 2020

Mel says: To be honest, as an introvert I've loved being in lockdown! Seriously though, as a Nurse, I know the benefits of good hand hygiene, and will continue to use hand sanitiser, wash hands obsessively, etc. It really does work. I have always hated the in your face closeness of strangers, so will always keep an eye on that too. Social distancing works, so I will try to keep this up for a long time post-Covid-19. I will look forward to regular outings again, my husband getting back to work (so I can have my own time again), and buying a new car as I've wanted to for a few months now. Overall, apart from my work life, it hasn't really affected my at home, personal life (although I have missed going to the shopping centres). I want to hit the shops again, but won't be for a while yet. I don't trust those that are in denial about the seriousness of Covid-19, as they are the ones that don't really care about their own health, let alone the health of others. Reply

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