40 Photos Of People Having A Worse Quarantine Than You
April 13, 2020
Go nowhere, see nothing is today’s mantra for an estimated 20% of the world’s population. But let’s be real. Nobody saw the global lockdown coming. All the more so, nobody could expect how drastically it would change our daily lives.
When the home becomes your only playground, simple things get really damn complicated. From your TV dying on the first day of quarantine to walking around with a tooth knocked out because all non-essential business is closed, there are too many things that can go wrong.
Tune in for Red Shotgun’s compilation of unlikely everyday struggles below to see that some people are having a worse day than you.#1
Went Into My Attic Looking For A Water Leak Coming Into My Living Room And It Appears That I’m Also In Quarantine With This Whatever Monstrosity Left This Behind. Its Soft To The Touch So I’m Assuming It’s Still Around
With the coronavirus outbreak in full swing, phrases like “lockdown,” “flattening the curve,” and “self-isolation” have entered our daily vocabulary. Since these terms are new to the general public, let’s see what they really refer to.
“Lockdown” isn’t a typical term used by public health officials, but it represents an order to stay indoors. Lindsay Wiley, a health law professor at the Washington College of Law, explained that “lockdown could be anything from mandatory geographic quarantine, to non-mandatory recommendations to shelter in place that can be issued by health officials at the federal, state, or local level.”#4
We Have Been Forced Quarantined For 48 Hours. Notice The Empty Street And The Closed Gas Station And These Guys Managed To Get Into A Crash
That Online Session Didn’t Go Well Then. Not Surprised At All, These Next Few Weeks Are Going To Be Hell For Teachers & Parents
Most of us are currently staying at home, while some are in “self-isolation.” Self-isolation is mandatory for people positive with coronavirus who don’t have critical symptoms that’d require hospital intervention. It’s also a precautionary measure to avoid the spread of the virus.
You’ve probably heard of “flattening the curve”—a widespread mantra of many health officials and politicians. It refers to flattening the curve in the chart graph that staggers the rate of coronavirus cases. If the curve is flattened, medical facilities will be able to provide tests and treatment to anyone who needs them.#7
Governor Just Ordered All “Non Life Sustaining” Businesses To Close, Including Construction And Contractors. This Is The Current State Of My Only Bathroom
My Friend Went To The Apple Store Today Because He Broke His iPhone XS Both Front And Back. They Told Him That Because Of Corona The Repair Service Was Temporarily Closed. He Then Chooses To Buy The 11 Pro Which He Then Dropped When Opening The Box