Infinitely Boring everyday life
In the first quarter of 2020, the pandemic reached Hungary. The coronavirus had upset the lives of millions of people: the pandemic has claimed lives, people have become unemployed. Every habit has changed or has gone. Shops, restaurants, pubs were closed, parks and playgrounds became empty. Testing, quarantine, and “I have to get home by 8 p.m.” have become an adage. Observing restrictions, using disinfectants, wearing masks, and keeping distance from each other have become part of our lives. Families and friends had become isolated from each other. The elderly who can’t see the first steps and growth of their grandchildren had to keep up with online communications that the younger generation has been practicing for years. Various questions are formulated in people’s minds about the survival of everyday life.
One question, though, is the same for everyone:
will we ever get back to our regular lives?