As the government has decided to put the whole country under 21 days lockdown due to coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, people are getting worried thinking about what they are going to do during these days, as nobody is allowed to go outside.
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But during this pandemic, it is very necessary to quarantine in order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Well, if you look at the brighter side than this lockdown is not as bad as it seems, as we can utilize this time in a better way.
Below are some of the things we can do during these 21 days.
1. Read – Yes, pick up all those books that have been lying on your shelf from all these days as you had no time to read them. Remember-“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.”
2. Adapt New Hobbies – There’s a lot out there to learn and explore. We all have different hobbies we’ve been trying to learn. Whether it’s singing, painting, dancing or knitting, this is the time to learn them.
3. Spend Time With Family – during this life full of rush, we barely get to spend quality time with our families. So, do not just remain on your phones, sit and talk with your family instead. After all, it’s our families who are there for us through thick and thin.
4. Learn a New Language – There are many of us who want to learn a new language but we barely get enough time from our daily schedules. Now that we have so many days, we can definitely try and learn a new language of our interest.
5. Try Baking – “Happiness is knowing there is cake in the oven.” When times are hard, who wouldn’t love to have some cookies or cake to make them feel better?
6. Study – Although, the schools and colleges will remain closed, do not stop studying completely. Always give some time from the day to your studies. Do not forget that knowledge is an irreplaceable asset.
7. Exercise – Remember that we are under lockdown because of an infectious virus. So, try to stay fit by eating healthy food and exercise regularly. Also, maintain proper hygiene and follow the instructions of the government and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Stay Safe- Spread Awareness!