Laugh It Out Loud in Lock Down. Humor is so important, for staying in senses and not losing our minds in different tricky situations in life. Right now that tough situation in National Lock down). It is very important to laugh and stay tension free.
Generally people move out to get some fresh air or meet some friends or family. Meeting friends or going out for a meal also freshens our mind. But laughter is the quickest and easiest way to freshen up.
Listening to jokes is a good way. What amazes me the most about us human is the ability to turn the table upside down by changing point of view.
There are some brave and creative people in this world who have the talent of finding humor in any situation. All the best for 21 days National lock down to control spread of Covid-19 in India.
This is compilation of creative/funny pieces on Corona, you can not resist but laugh. (Such a beautiful way to stay happy and positive in tough situations.)
With a hope to stay positive all this while. Happy Parenting.
India‘s prime minister Narendra Modi has declared the country will go into a nationwide lockdown from midnight on Tuesday, lasting for 21 days.
Lockdown measures were already in place from Monday in many major cities, but will now be extended to “every village, every district” in the nation, the prime minister said.
Speaking in a televised national address, Mr Modi told Indians to “forget what it feels like to leave your homes”.
“Twenty-one days of lockdown is a long time but this is important for your safety and for the safety of your family,” he said.
“I am confident India will not only successfully tackle this challenge but also emerge victorious at this time of crisis. Take care of yourself and take care of your near and dear.”
Mr Modi said the central government was committing Rs 15,000 crore (£1.7bn) for strengthening health facilities and acquiring more isolation units and ventilators.
He said the lockdown, which will impact around 1.4 billion people, was being implemented on the advice of the World Health Organisation, as well as India’s own medical institutes and health experts.
And he urged state governments, which under India’s federal system have responsibility for healthcare, “that at this time their first priority should be health services and only health services”.