Lockdown ’20: 15 things that will go down in history

Lockdown ’20: 15 things that will go down in history

LOCKDOWN

 

This one line irks the heck out of us when parents rub it in our faces.

 

Whether you’re realising it or not, 2020 has given you the opportunity to accept this one-liner as an ancestral trait and pass it on to your next generation.

 

Without a doubt, the events of 2020 will go down in history.

 

Remember the day when the lockdown was announced and you were told not  to step out of your house.

 

It has been  months now and COVID-19 remains to be the main antagonist across the globe.

Did you realise the drastic transformation we’re currently seeing will go down in the pages of history.

 

One day you will be sitting with your kids or grandkids and narrating them these stories of what you’re currently experiencing.

 

 

 

ALSO READ: Energetic self-care during lockdown

 

 

 

These below mentioned lockdown trends will forever be etched in your memories.

 

#1 Fear of being touched

 

#2 Virtual concerts

 

#3 Zoom parties with friends and family!

 

 

 

Lockdown 2020: 15 Things you’re witnessing now that will go down in history

 

 

#4 Wedding on video calls!

 

#5 Social – Distancing / Curfew.

 

#6 Weird and quirky punishments by the Police.

 

#7 Funerals without loved ones!

 

#8 Music and encouragement from balconies around the world!

 

#9 Online Classrooms!

 

 

ALSO READ: Coronavirus: So, what have we learnt from the COVID-19-lockdown so far? – Ella Temisan

 

 

 

Lockdown 2020: 15 Things you’re witnessing now that will go down in history

 

 

 

#10 Bizarre demands of people!

 

#11 Long queues outside Banks / shops!

 

#12 Nightie became the new order! 

 

#13 Poor people suffered the most.

 

#14 Audio Palliative.

 

 

 

Lockdown 2020: 15 Things you’re witnessing now that will go down in history

 

 

#15 Masks and gloves are now essentials.

About The Author

Osigweh Lilian Oluchi is a graduate of the University of Lagos where she obtained a B.A (Hons) in English, Masters in Public and International affairs (MPIA). Currently works with 1stnews as a Database Manager / Writer. [email protected]

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