How is corona for you?

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How is corona for you?

Post by NeomerArcana » Wed Mar 18, 2020 9:29 am

I am WFH in Sydney, Australia. My company told us all to WFH until further notice. Schools are still open, daycare is still open, so kids are still out there, probably getting sick.

The supermarkets are empty (I've got plenty of food).
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Re: How is corona for you?

Post by Kull » Wed Mar 18, 2020 11:54 am

Pretty chill.
Since im just a "Schüler" i have free till the end of my easter holidays.
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Post by Kai Sylgeiros » Wed Mar 18, 2020 12:27 pm

Any place that can hold 10 people or more are being closed besides essentials if in not mistaken.
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Post by Ludo Fritzwick » Sat Mar 21, 2020 12:10 pm

Well I was job hunting, as well as trying to do some teacher training but that's gone to shit now. All bars and pubs just closed fully here, so that sucks but is for the best. Schools are meant to be closed but still open for NHS or key workers kids, so it's an awkward situation. Mainly sat at home, got some beers and wines in, so, riding this out comfortably!

Hope you lot are all doing well though.
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Re: How is corona for you?

Post by Arlette Craven » Mon Mar 23, 2020 11:56 am

My boss is a hypochondriac so once this started looking serious in other countries she jumped ahead of the rest of the country and sent us to work from home, suspended all fieldwork and experiments, so my lab has been working in isolation for almost 2 weeks. Not many in my suburb appear to be taking it seriously though, the field across from my house is the busiest I've ever seen it, and the dog park is packed :/

But, all good otherwise! Got plenty of tins of beans...
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