Residents across the globe get creative during home quarantine

Aileen Cerrudo

A number of countries kicked off last week with a national lockdown, ordering citizens to stay at home to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVD-19).

While under quarantine, residents also have to maintain a healthy lifestyle — physically and mentally. 

Italy has recorded over 59,000 COVID-19 cases with more than 5,00 deaths. The Italian government continues to address the alarming rise of COVID-19 cases in the country while reminding its citizens to practice social distancing and to remain in their homes.

On lockdown since March 9, Italians, have been turning to their love for music to help them cope with the situation. Videos showed residents singing from their balconies.

In Bamberg, Germany, residents sing ‘Bella Ciao’ on their balconies in solidarity with Italy during the COVID-19 quarantine.

Athletes in Mexico still found ways to play their favorite sport. From a post of badminton player Lino Muñoz, he said they will not stop playing even during quarantine.

“Fourth day without stepping in a court, but we don’t stop” his post reads in Spanish.

In the Philippines, these musicians dedicated a song for their fellow Filipinos during the enhanced community quarantine. With their instruments, they recorded their version of Heal Our Land in their homes and compiled it into a video.

“Nabuo ang isang video na ito bilang handog para sa mga Filipino lalo na sa mga Bulakenyo bilang panawagan sa pagkakaisa at pagkakapit-bisig upang labanan ang NCOV19, (This video was formed for the Filipinos especially the Bulakenyos as a call for unity and cooperation to fight [COVID-19]” the post reads. — AAC

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