Weeks ago, few could have predicted that our lives would change so dramatically as we grappled with a once-in-a-century pandemic sweeping the globe. Yet, here we are —adjusting to this new reality of social distancing and self-quarantining due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As a result of the novel coronavirus epidemic, most economic activities have stopped, where staying indoors and social distancing have become a normal lifestyle for countless people in recent days. Consequently, the ‘Homebody Economy’ activities are rising among the millions of stay-at-home people around the world.
If you are tired of zoom conferences with your friends and are looking for something new, here are some ideas. From karaoke to cook-alongs, here are the best alternative ways to hang out with your friends over video chat.
Keeping in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Do Gaz Doori’, a mechanic from Tripura has built a bike that runs on battery and even accommodates a pillion but while maintaining social distancing.
Sharjah Police have set some preventive requirements, including sterilisation and thermal monitoring the service centers and wearing masks and gloves.
A grassy field encircled by trees beckons. But Spot is focused on the asphalt path ahead, where a few joggers and bicyclists are out for some socially distanced sunshine.
Ardern and Clarke Gayford walked for a brunch to a cafe in the country's capital, Wellington, where they were initially told it was too full, New Zealand media reported. An employee ran after them a few minutes later when a table became free and the couple went back.
Prime Minister Jacinda Arden's partner, Clarke Gayford, took the blame on himself.
"All mosques, however, will declare Takbeerat Al Aid (Eid chants) through their microphones 10 minutes prior to the prayer to instill feelings of joy and happiness among people," he added.
Do you remember the last time you shook someone’s hand? For me, it was March 8, sometime during Los Angeles Football Club’s match against the Philadelphia Union at the Banc of California Stadium in L.A. A fan approached me to take a picture together.
Hello world! Is that not how we are all feeling as we slowly begin to emerge from our houses back into society? This week we are looking at how the UAE is slowly but surely beginning to open up and the way we should be conducting ourselves as we start to ease back into normal life.