Over the past 100 days, Covid-19 has disrupted the lives of billions of people around the world. Instead of going to the street, going to work, going out, traveling, the life of most people in many countries around the world now just wanders on the roofs, balconies or through windows …
Before the complicated situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, many countries around the world issued social isolation orders, requiring people to stay indoors to prevent the disease from spreading.
That’s why the lives of billions of people around the world have more or less changed. Instead of going to the street, going to work, going out, traveling, now people just hang around on the roof, balcony or through the window …
French opera singer Stephane Senechal sang energetically from the window of his apartment in Paris (France) when the blockade in the country took effect from March 17.
Mr. Danny Wertheimer played music and sang to his neighbors from the window two days after Gavin Newsom, California governor, imposed a “stay home” statewide, which forced 40 million people to stay indoors.
Event producer DJ Nash Petrovic plays music online on the roof in Brooklyn, New York.
Uruguayan cellist Karina Nunez performs on a balcony outside her apartment in Panama City, Republic of Panama.
People in Brussels (Belgium) hold a toast from a distance, encouraging each other to overcome difficult times.
A resident lying in a hammock relaxing reading a book on a balcony in New York City.
Personal trainer Antonietta Orsini teaches her neighbors the exercise from her home balcony in Italy.
Osama Hussein exercises on the roof when the gym is closed because of a blockade.
The Italian flag has the words “Tutto andra bene” (Everything will be fine) hanging outside the balcony of the Italian apartment.
Israelis applauded the medical team fighting against SARS-CoV-2 virus in Modiin.
A boy flies a kite from the balcony of his family home in Karachi, Pakistan.
The couple stood on their balcony in an apartment building in New Jersey overlooking the Hudson River in New York City.
Mr. Adelmo Carvalho, 55, plays the violin on a balcony when a delivery person passes by in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A man and a boy look out of a house window in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
People play cricket on the rooftop of a building in the old town of Delhi, India.
People exercise on rooftops in Mexico City, Mexico.
A teddy bear and a chocolate rabbit are seen in a window in Clapham, London, England.
People implement social spacing in Ashdod, Israel.
People standing on balconies responded to the “Clap for Carers” campaign to promote the British Government National Health Service (NHS), in London.
A household in the city of Ahmedabad, India.
Amateur pianist Alberto Gestoso Arce, 37, plays on the piano from his balcony for neighbors near the Sagrada Familia Church in Barcelona, Spain, to enjoy.
Sophie and Emily Ward take pictures with their homemade rainbows and a message on their home windows in St Helens, England.
An elderly man looks out the window watching the police order people to return to their homes in the town of Langa in Cape Town, South Africa.
People gather on the rooftop of a building in Caracas, Venezuela.
9-year-old Eve, looking out a window at her home in London, England.
A woman cleans a roof outside a window during the third day of isolation in Kathmandu, Nepal.
A woman and her children look out the window from an apartment in Manhattan, New York City.