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New normal after lockdown


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Many small businesses suffered during a strict lockdown. If you read the news, many migrant workers have to walk for days to reach their village due to the unavailability of the transport system. I went out a few weeks ago and saw many people are walking on the highway, some with their friends, some with their family and young children. It breaks my heart to read and see the news about them that sometimes I just stopped reading the news. 

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As the government relaxed lockdown a few weeks ago businesses  started to open and slowly people are back to work, to new normal.
New normal means:
  • Wear a mask when you go out. (Also read: what fabric to use for homemade mask)
  • Maintain a social distance of 6 feet (is that even possible here??).
  • Wear a face shield if you cannot maintain 6 feet distance. (Also read: how to make DIY Face Shield)
  • Cover your mouth with your elbow while coughing or sneezing.
  • Frequently wash your hands with soap.
  • Wash your groceries after you bring them in (at least I do this) - some said to leave the vegetables, etc in an open space for a couple of hours before putting them into the fridge.
  • Change your clothes after you come back home and wash your mask every day. 

According to the news, the school most probably will re-open after July. Now, thanks to the internet, online classes are going on. Some parents suggested to only open the senior section so that the school can maintain 1/3 ratio per class. 
Many senior students also tweeted asking for reopening, especially those in the science stream. There are so many things to be considered before reopening and I know it's going to be tough for the teachers to keep vigilant of the students. 

I guess we all need to learn to be more disciplined and considerate of others. Think twice before you act. Think about what will be the impact of your action for others. 

I hope this virus will be gone soon, meanwhile please wear a mask when you go out or when you don't feel well at home. 

Until then,

Take care & stay safe!

-Elvira- 


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