While the coronavirus has struck all over the planet, some people have decided to make lemonade out of lemons
While the coronavirus has stricken the planet, some people have decided to make lemonade out of lemons and shared the most wholesome videos of people gathering on balconies, and nature getting her rights back.
Here are the best of them.
En Sardaigne, Les dauphins ont profité de l’absence de ferries pour revenir dans le port pic.twitter.com/Zgb50bjkmJ— J-C.audou-1 (@Jcaud1) March 16, 2020
In Sardinia, ferries have deserted the port, and have been replaced by a very curious dolphin that now swims freely where boats once stood.
It even tries to play with the very few humans outside.
In Venice, tourism has almost stopped, leaving the canal clear since the dirt has now fallen into the bottom of the river.
One can now see little fish swimming, and swans came back on the canals, decades after they were last seen there.
If you miss your gym workout, this man has the niftiest and cheapest solution. Trust me, watch until the end.
— Paul Ryan (@scopedesigner) March 18, 2020
Coronavirus or not, this Spanish trainer will not let his neighbours out of shape and leads a whole class from their balcony, as he stands in the middle square, with loud music.
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While most St Patrick’s celebrations have been cancelled, a family organised a cuter parade with car toys and soft toys carrying hand sanitisers and toilet paper rolls.
A family in Ireland staged a St. Patrick's Day parade in their backyard, complete with toy cars, trucks and tractors—some carrying hand sanitizer and toilet paper—to celebrate the day, after parades were canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/ORFKnbOQR1 pic.twitter.com/7TddbEcUUg
— ABC News (@ABC) March 17, 2020
As the Chicago Aquarium closed to humans, staff allowed penguins to roam around their home to discover the other tanks. And look how curious and interested they were!
oh my god, the chicago aquarium closed due to coronavirus, so they let the penguins run around and check out the other exhibits. (staff was present.) pic.twitter.com/YGa8CugymE— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) March 16, 2020
Italy has probably one of the worst cases of coronavirus spread, as strict confinement laws have been enforced.
But that does not deter Italians who have found a great way to get around it, and celebrate while staying safe.
How do they do it, you ask? By organising an impromptu balcony orchestra!
How Italians keep themselves occupied during a lockdown. How amazing…….🏴🏴🏴🏴— ICE//News first/ (@cookiris14) March 14, 2020
Only in Italy
What songs will we be singing in the Scotland?
Take the pipes out
Name your tune…#CoronaVirusUpdates