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  • Our government closed the cities and then we realized that this was really, really dangerous.

  • It definitely feels like a movie.

  • The streets are empty and all of the stores are empty.

  • The situation is very dramatic.

  • Your brain starts to function in another way to survive.

  • So it's very difficult because we are not free.

  • But we are together.

  • All over the globe there are people doing things from their balconies and windows.

  • When I saw this I thought, we should do that as well.

  • Music has the power to change a bad day.

  • (Speaking Italian) I sang on the balcony because I wanted to tell everyone that we are very strong.

  • I am not a doctor, I cannot heal people, but I can give hope.

  • And I can make people fly with me in a perfect world at least for five minutes a day.

  • I think that people are using art to express their deepest senses of joy.

  • Welcome to kitchen quarantine.

  • It's just at the end of the day, human connection.

  • Happy birthday dear grandma.

  • (Spanish) Cumpleaños feliz.

  • It's a balance of being realistic and also, you know, being able to smile.

  • Once upon a time...

  • Thank you for coming!

  • People cannot go to the gym, but it doesn't mean they can't get a workout.

  • Casey Naftol and Matt Greene held their wedding online yesterday, complete with a flower girl.

  • Mazel tov!

  • People are really trying to be their best versions of themselves right now, I think that's all we can ask.

  • So many families are missing milestones.

  • But with a little improvising, they got to meet their newborn great grandson.

  • What a beautiful baby.

  • A strict no visitation policy at this retirement home hasn't stopped Charlie Johnson from seeing his 88-year-old father, albeit through a window.

  • Amid the coronavirus outbreak many people are in need.

  • And volunteers are stepping in to assist the elderly.

  • We just decided to post a note, and put it where we sometimes run into our neighbors, so that they feel and know that their neighbors have their back right now.

  • Grocery delivery, pharmaceutical deliveries, whatever it is that they need from outside if they don't want to go out.

  • Our thought was kind of like, okay, we can shoulder some of the responsibility in our own individual communities.

  • We have never been so close, you know.

  • Because we a team now.

  • Musicians have set up washing stations to protect the homeless.

  • Melbourne's Sikh community rallying to prepare meals for delivery to anyone most in need.

  • A Cuban medical brigade is on the way to Europe.

  • The people who are now working hard, they're maybe not the people who get the most applause in everyday life.

  • We just take them for granted.

  • So now people are just applauding them.

  • [Stay strong!]

  • I hope that when this all passes, that we all still have the same amount of love and respect for each other that we have at this time.

  • We're showing that we, we are bound together, even though we have to stay apart.

Our government closed the cities and then we realized that this was really, really dangerous.

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How people are connecting in the coronavirus crisis

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    Annie Huang posted on 2020/04/19
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