More and more people believe in conspiracy theories about the corona virus. Sometimes these theories seem more contagious than the virus itself.
While most parents still have to work in the home office, the children are sent back to school as guinea pigs. There is some hope that the virus hates school.
Corona self-optimization so far: In our country, much more alcohol is sold during the crisis than usual. Streaming services have more subscribers than ever before. Meanwhile, Dad’s belly is getting a little rounder.
What did you wear this summer?
This is not a robbery, but a normal virus prevention. In Germany, wearing masks will soon become mandatory when shopping and using public transport.
Who would have thought that we would have to say something like this to our children: stay inside and don’t play with your friends.
As we get used to high death tolls, we are amazed at the contrasts of life. With BBQ and beer we enjoy the sunshine on the roof terrace … While others die helplessly. What can we do? How can we help?
The German government decides that schools and kindergartens remain closed. From May 4th, classes will start again partially. But only for older students …
Please let us out! We want to see our friends! We want to hug and celebrate! We want to work without carrying a child around. Not even the Easter bunny jumps as usual.
Everyone is getting impatient. Can the disease be worse than staying home?
What is today’s date? Does it matter? The days go by and nothing is as it was. Weekdays feel like the weekend. The weekend is not a real weekend.
She loves her job, he loves his job. She loves the baby, he loves the baby. They both really love the baby. The baby loves them both and their jobs.
Is it uncool to protect yourself and others? At least, it seems so in Western countries. And somehow this feeling is familiar.
Handicraft? Oh yes! Now we finally have more time with our children. But how can all of this be combined with home office?
In many countries the shortage of protective equipment is a huge problem! Did the United States intercept protective masks ordered for Berlin, Germany? The White House contradicts these allegations.
The Corona Diary
Our Everyday life in a
The Corona Diary exists to record observations from everyday life in a pandemic. The Corona Diary is written and illustrated by Teresa and Nemo from Berlin. Teresa is an illustrator and she is known as “Frollein Motte”. Her honest drawings describe the social problems and contradictions that arise during the SARS-COV-2 pandemic. Nemo worked in operating rooms for about 6 years and normally he has no problem with viruses and pathogens. For some reason, he’s been concerned since the pandemic started in China. You are welcome to share the experience.