Before and after

Caracas, Venezuela
June 15, 2020 1:59pm CST
After all the time we have been in confinement for the Covid-19 virus, there may be a change, perhaps this marks a before and after in the history of humanity, I am eager to know. It has been a crisis worldwide and I think we have all learned many things. Do you think there is a new way of seeing life?
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@ShyBear88 (59199)
• Sterling, Virginia
15 Jun 20
Hmm good question where I live it’s like a coin some people at as if nothing has happened others are more cautious. We also dealing with lots of protest and riots
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@ShyBear88 (59199)
• Sterling, Virginia
15 Jun 20
@therealanthony I’ve never been to one nor do I plan on going to oen. We have several around where we live. But they where all peaceful and only lasted a few hours.
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• Caracas, Venezuela
15 Jun 20
@ShyBear88 I don't know what the situation is like because we don't know how the media manipulate the information, but I understand that they become violent. Here the attacks are from the state, whether they are peaceful or we do not always go wrong.
@ShyBear88 (59199)
• Sterling, Virginia
15 Jun 20
@therealanthony I got the information for peopel going to protect in our local community so the media wasn’t a part of it. Cops where notified to the days leading up of the protest and where it was going to helped this also gave us in the community that didn’t want to take part to remove ourselves from that area. We wanted to keep our kids away from it and it worked in our favor. Other places have had it rough with live videos of those that went and the media. Virginia and Washington was the peaceful. Lots of places were offering water and bathrooms but the stores where closed other wise. In general our area is in phase two do responding. Mask in buildings for those 10 or older. Children 2-9 are suggested to wear masks. Outside and while eating or drinking no masks. Keep social distancing no gatherings over 10. Restaurant can work at 30-50% capacity depending on there size. Some places remain closed to the public but will still do deliveries or curbside pick ups.
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• India
15 Jun 20
Definitely yes! I think the COVID has taught us to appreciate many things which we had taken for granted earlier.
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• India
15 Jun 20
@therealanthony yes, it's an eye-opener in many ways. Different people experience different realizations depending upon their stage in life. Like any other thing in life, this pandemic too has two sides.
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• Caracas, Venezuela
15 Jun 20
I think we were focused on our affairs until we were forced to.
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@Adie04 (17364)
16 Jun 20
Before pandemic, we can close to each other, can be crowded. After pandemic, social distancing is a must.
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