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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter8 View Post
    Wotking, reading 3 times more books, doing sports ( some home fitness) and sharing more time with my family.

    Isolation is not a bother for me , I have a lot of things to do
    Yes, it's not always has to be the worst thing. We can do something that we never had time for...

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    Quote Originally Posted by army news View Post
    I am a freelancer so my day is normal as always) in the morning, breakfast and work until the evening. nothing has changed much in my life
    You're right, for many of us thimgs didn't change.

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    Hi Connie, same here. Home schooling is something that we do also. So days are longer, that's for sure!

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    In "lockdown" but walking for exercise is permitted.

    So :
    8am - up for a morning walk of 40-50 minutes.
    9am - shower and breakfast
    9:30 - Start work
    5pm - Finish work
    5:30 - Netflix and Dinner and Netflix or book.
    11pm - Bed

    Repeat for 4 weeks.

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    Repeat for 4 weeks.
    Might end up longer than that but fingers crossed
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    Quote Originally Posted by PromoteCasino View Post
    Might end up longer than that but fingers crossed
    I believe it will take some 2-3 more months that expected.

    In China they expect 2nd wave.

    On the topic :

    08am - 5 pm - lots of work ( for more than 4 months now

    After 5pm - time with family and finishing books, who patiently waited for my attention
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    I believe it will take some 2-3 more months that expected.
    I still think that is conservative, I hope not.

    As for me, I work full-time so this is a part-time gig but I am finding it hard to distinguish between work and home life at the moment.
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    Let's hope it will be over in two months.. Sea&sun are waiting

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    Since my son and husband are home all the time, I am doing more cooking and more cleaning. Otherwise I have the same routine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PromoteCasino View Post
    Might end up longer than that but fingers crossed
    Yes, definitely might last longer, but fingers crossed it won't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooner View Post
    In "lockdown" but walking for exercise is permitted.

    So :
    8am - up for a morning walk of 40-50 minutes.
    9am - shower and breakfast
    9:30 - Start work
    5pm - Finish work
    5:30 - Netflix and Dinner and Netflix or book.
    11pm - Bed

    Repeat for 4 weeks.
    It definitely seems a good schedule! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by allaboutthebets View Post
    I am sure this virus was created by a woman. No football, no pubs, men staying at home to decorate, clean, spend time with their family, even talking to each other.
    You forgot two important factors: named after a beer brand, and symptoms similar to a man flu.

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    feels like day and night have no meaning anymore. i woke up 1am. a night of work/coffee ahead!

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    I took the clothes that hung on the exercise equipment off.

    I haven't climbed on it in a very long time, but at least the clothes are not hanging on it any longer.

    Hey, any progress is some progress right?

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    Sports are postponed so hours are flexible to get content done and, of course, much of it is not mandatory like during sports season. Cant go to the office so staying at home is kinda fun but definitely not relaxing. My young daughter is in distance learning now since her school is closed so my wife and I have to home school her in coordination with her 1st grade school teacher. Itís a full time job in itself since we have a 8 month old son who is full of energy and doesnt give us a break either. But, hey, its all good as many people have real problems they are dealing with.
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    Life hasn't changed that much for me, as I tend to hibernate at home anyway.

    Out here in AU (South Australia) we're not officially, by law, in lock-down. However, they've introduces fines for:
    • Anyone out in public, who, congregates in groups larger than two (2); this does not include family members.
    • Businesses trading BUT are breaking personal space laws & or COVID-19 hygiene laws.

    Grog (booze) shops now have limits in place on a per person basis:
    • Max 2 cartons of beer (48 cans/bottles)
    • 12 bottles of wine
    • 2x 750ml of spirits

    Our borders have now been blocked (locked down) since last Saturday @ 12:00am. Anyone other than essential services entering, are placed into forced isolation for 14 days. The ADF (Australian Defence Force) is now assisting police with monitoring forced isolation. They're also conducting other assistant services. In addition I believe in preparation of setting up temp hospitals on ground and making navel hospital ships available if the need arises.

    Schools etc., etc are closed. Essential we're advised to stay indoors. We're permitted to go outside for exercise (but gyms etc are closed). Beaches are still open, but again MUST keep to only two (2) people and social distancing. I believe it's an on-the-spot fine of $1,500 if you break that law.

    Food wise, supermarkets still have plenty of food, though, toilet paper, tissues and hand wash/sanitisers are hard to find.

    Face masks are in short supply, thought, steps are being taken to meet the supply, with AU factories going into 24/7 production. Though, the material suppliers are mostly in CHINA, and they've increased the price of said materials 10 fold.

    I also heard they are going to house the homeless in hotels (bill paid by Gov.,) to prevent spread in that area. Personally, no one should be homeless regardless. It shouldn't take a virus for a human to be given a safe and clean place, to have the basics of living.

    Aside from that, hope everyone is safe, and making the best out of, this not so great experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    Life hasn't changed that much for me, as I tend to hibernate at home anyway.

    Out here in AU (South Australia) we're not officially, by law, in lock-down. However, they've introduces fines for:
    • Anyone out in public, who, congregates in groups larger than two (2); this does not include family members.
    • Businesses trading BUT are breaking personal space laws & or COVID-19 hygiene laws.

    Grog (booze) shops now have limits in place on a per person basis:
    • Max 2 cartons of beer (48 cans/bottles)
    • 12 bottles of wine
    • 2x 750ml of spirits

    Our borders have now been blocked (locked down) since last Saturday @ 12:00am. Anyone other than essential services entering, are placed into forced isolation for 14 days. The ADF (Australian Defence Force) is now assisting police with monitoring forced isolation. They're also conducting other assistant services. In addition I believe in preparation of setting up temp hospitals on ground and making navel hospital ships available if the need arises.

    Schools etc., etc are closed. Essential we're advised to stay indoors. We're permitted to go outside for exercise (but gyms etc are closed). Beaches are still open, but again MUST keep to only two (2) people and social distancing. I believe it's an on-the-spot fine of $1,500 if you break that law.

    Food wise, supermarkets still have plenty of food, though, toilet paper, tissues and hand wash/sanitisers are hard to find.

    Face masks are in short supply, thought, steps are being taken to meet the supply, with AU factories going into 24/7 production. Though, the material suppliers are mostly in CHINA, and they've increased the price of said materials 10 fold.

    I also heard they are going to house the homeless in hotels (bill paid by Gov.,) to prevent spread in that area. Personally, no one should be homeless regardless. It shouldn't take a virus for a human to be given a safe and clean place, to have the basics of living.

    Aside from that, hope everyone is safe, and making the best out of, this not so great experience.
    It seems that toilet paper is hard to find everywhere.

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    The worst part about this whole thing, least out here in Australia. 1'st response teams, including hospitals are now having a hard time finding protective wear. EG - disposable gowns, face-masks, and gloves etc., etc.

    A Current Affairs ran an investigation into: Vital coronavirus supplies being shipped from Australia to China (aired 30'th March 2020)
    https://9now.nine.com.au/a-current-a...2-dcabdb49923a

    I've got feeling the AFP (Australia Federal Police) and Border Control will be raiding these warehouses and seizing these products, before too long.

    Obviously the owners of these places don't give two hoots about Australia. If it was me, I'd kick the lot of them back to China.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    The worst part about this whole thing, least out here in Australia. 1'st response teams, including hospitals are now having a hard time finding protective wear. EG - disposable gowns, face-masks, and gloves etc., etc.

    A Current Affairs ran an investigation into: Vital coronavirus supplies being shipped from Australia to China (aired 30'th March 2020)
    https://9now.nine.com.au/a-current-a...2-dcabdb49923a

    I've got feeling the AFP (Australia Federal Police) and Border Control will be raiding these warehouses and seizing these products, before too long.

    Obviously the owners of these places don't give two hoots about Australia. If it was me, I'd kick the lot of them back to China.
    Doesn't help that every hoarder and his family has not only hoarded and continues to hoard all the toilet paper (after 4 weeks I still can't find any), but have also hoarded masks and other essential items the medical folks need to protect themselves on the front line. No matter how many times the experts tell you that you don't need those things if you are not sick just wash your hands with soap and water, dont touch your face, and stay home if you are sick at all, people don't listen. You see people wearing disposable gloves to protect themselves, but then not changing them in between what they touch. So they are moving germs from EVERYTHING they touch elsewhere, likely spreading because they are less careful what they touch thinking wearing gloves makes it ok. The amount of people I've wanted to punch in the face the last few weeks has skyrocketed.

    So my past times right now include debunking fake news posted all over social media (it literally takes 2 seconds to google some of this **** that a 2 year old can tell is fake) and fighting with people on the internet who are sitting on their high horse telling me that I'm irresponsible for going to work..

    I guess when noone has a job, and no taxes are being paid which means healthcare can no longer be "free", those same people who are saying, "who cares if people lose jobs, shut the country down", will be pointing their finger at the government saying "you made the country bankrupt and now we have to pay for healthcare".... Maybe they can sell all that toilet paper they hoarded to pay for their medical costs....

    Rant over..
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    My day is pretty much the same as it was before, except that I'm working more because business is up.

    When this is over, I'm going on a nice, long, tropical vacation. Just doing my part to help reboot the tourism industry of course

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