The arrival of the CoronaVirus has modified our daily lives, in principle the television, press, radio and Internet news outlined everything that was happening in China, the eyes of the entire world fell on the Asian country in January 2020, and each one of them their The country was praying that the virus did not cross the border of its country.
But step, what most feared happened and now the COVID-19 is in most of our countries drastically changing our day to day and forcing us to adopt prevention protocols that we were not used to... As the CoronaVirus changed your day to day? What preventive habits are you adopting?
What a change in my daily life after the arrival of the Virus.
As many of you know, I live in Venezuela, I am an Evangelical Pastor and I work at steemit most of the time, publishing and supporting content on Project Hope. Like everyone around the world, I always prayed that the pandemic would not touch my country, but what I least wanted happened and last Friday the first confirmed cases of the virus were announced.
Immediately the government reacted, putting in place the security protocols to try to avoid the spread of the virus and the citizens went into crisis. In the first instance, the community was asked to suspend meetings involving a large number of people, then quarantine was ordered in 7 entities of the country, to finish announcing social quarantine throughout the national territory, there are already 35 confirmed cases throughout the country .
By suspending all activities that involve more than ten people, it obviously affects the normal functioning of the Church that I pastor, which totally modifies my daily activities. Last Monday I met with the group of leaders who accompany me in the Church to devise a plan that allows us to continue our meetings without violating the preventive protocols ordered by the government.
Our Church has around 50 to 60 members, we are divided into four (4) "Cells" or small groups called Restoration Houses, in which we congregate on Tuesdays and Wednesdays; On Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays we do our general meetings at the headquarters of our congregation, where the largest number of people gather.
The decision we made was to increase the day of meetings in small groups and suspend all general meetings until this situation is controlled, while I as a pastor must organize myself to be even one day a week in a different "cell", fortunately in my region (Monagas), so far there have been no confirmed cases of CoronaVirus.
Tell us about your experience.
It is possible that the Virus has broken into your country modifying your daily activities. What has been your experience in this case? What measures did the government of your country take to try to contain the spread of the virus?... For some countries I know that the experience has been terrible, situations of total isolation, many infected with the virus, much fear of being infected, fear of dying , lack of food, among other things.
In Venezuela, we are barely beginning to know the numbers of those infected, hoping that all the preventive measures will serve to contain the infections and be able to return to normality.
I hope that in your country, all protocols work and this enemy that came without warning and has put the world's governments in Jake, will soon be controlled and eradicated.
Let me know your experience!
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