Covid-19 Images show social distancing – In life, everything is a question of perspective and a positive attitude.
Despite the serious upheavals that citizens of the four corners of the world are experiencing as the pandemic develops, certain individuals are examples to follow, both for the social distancing precautions that they put into practice and for the good mood and creativity that flow.
Because we are all together in this fight against the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and that more than ever, we must highlight the good things of our contemporaries. And why not be inspired by it to better live our own confinement in a Zen and playful way?
Here are 12 images that represent how social distancing around the world can show us the most beautiful sides of humans , when they put heart and joy into it.
1. A T-Rex entertains the neighborhood
Going for a walk while keeping your distance is a healthy idea to keep fit and morale. But taking a walk in a dinosaur costume is pure magic!
— Brandi Kawula (@lcbandroom) March 17, 2020
2. The coronavirus troubadours
Whether you like it or hate it, the bagpipes are circumstances to give chills while we cross this unusual historical moment.
I love my neighborhood — what a great moment in this time of uncertainty. (Also, the few dozen people who turned out maintained social distancing really well!) pic.twitter.com/p0NViI3tN0
— Carter Barrett (@carter_barrett) March 17, 2020
3. Garden party street
Honestly, I’m starting to wonder why we weren’t doing this before.
Meanwhile on my block: Social-distancing neighborhood street dance party. 4 songs, 14 minutes of fun and community – while 6 feet apart. pic.twitter.com/mjhyE2VZ7B
— Piep van Heuven (@00Piep) March 16, 2020Advertisement
4. An aerobic class between neighbors
Get out your neon high-cut jersey and leggings worthy of Flash Dance. It’s time to get moving and get motivated as a gang!
— Erin Stewart (@Erin_N_Stewart) March 18, 2020
5. Everyone has their own box
This alleyway in Highland Park in Los Angeles has designated spaces for socializing from a distance. We almost want to play hopscotch.
This is what the new LA County rules for takeout-only service look like at Highland Park Brewery, with a masking-tape grid on the patio floor keeping customers apart pic.twitter.com/8JgkAven6c
— Sam Gavin (@samgavinLA) March 16, 2020
6. The rebel chicane neighborhood versus a gossip in the park
People who live in the city and in the suburbs are entitled to quite different scenes. In the first video, we see the residents of this building take everyone’s safety seriously, and quibble anyone who does not take safe distances in order to limit the spread in their neighborhood. Then in the following photo, we see commuters making a little happy hour in the park. Everyone has their own reality!
We are doing social distancing happy hour. Fresh air is good. Fresh air with wine/whine helps too. pic.twitter.com/evkYeEzhcI
— klg (@Phxwarpedview) March 17, 2020Advertisement
7. Together, but separate
Families in this neighborhood come together to socialize, without really mixing with others.
Neighborhood social distancing happy hour. pic.twitter.com/xBbgzSRWOSAdvertisement
— TK (@tkeekley) March 17, 2020
8. Party chairs
In some families, good humor is still there.
Social distancing happy hour with my neighbors. Finding fun where we can. pic.twitter.com/kiECnsuckF
— Kristin H Rosengren (@RosenKris) March 17, 2020
9. Mothers’ conversations and daddy’s jokes are not canceled at the time of COVID-19
Just to see their body language, we see that we are dealing with parents who are social distancing.
same but make it moms pic.twitter.com/PSbxgp4V4c
— kirby (@kirbysAirRide) March 18, 2020Advertisement
10. Even solo, some make cheers!
It is not because we are alone that we cannot enjoy small pleasures.
Our neighborhood started a social distancing happy hour each night. Here’s to Night 2! pic.twitter.com/IZGx3O2kRUAdvertisement
— Laura Buchtel (@Laura_Buchtel) March 17, 2020
11. This Hassidic community of Williamsburg takes its precautions
This solemn scene is simply splendid.
Minyan in Williamsburg pic.twitter.com/ye0AtBToKi
— Jacob Kornbluh (@jacobkornbluh) March 18, 2020
12. These Germans sing Bella Ciao from their balconies in solidarity with Italy
And of course, we do not forget all these balcony artists who unite in solidarity, in particular these people from Bamberg in Germany who pay tribute to their Italian friends by singing Belle Ciao , this song of Italian revolt which celebrates engagement in combat during World War II.
Like what everywhere around the planet, community life continues in its own way, while being more the same as before. Long live the resilience of humans!