We've all been told to self-isolate, to halt the spread of the virus, but sadly not everyone is taking their vital role seriously in reducing the number of people infected.
People in China seem to have completely forgotten that we're still in the midst of a global pandemic, by doing the most inconsiderate thing. The video is absolutely shocking...
Self-isolation is something we're all coming to terms with.
Self Isolation doesn't have to be boring... https://t.co/71kl07WdsP— TRAFON (@TRAFON)1586150252.0
It's been spreading faster than anyone could imagine.
via: GettyAnd, currently, there are 1,282,041 confirmed cases globally. A further 70,172 have tragically died from the virus.
The disease can't spread if people are in isolation, effectively causing it to die out.While medical researchers work tirelessly to find a vaccine, people who can stay isolated, and limit their time outside have been urged to do so.
It's been spreading notoriously easily...Person-to-person contact is thought to be the main method of transmission for the virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Through sneezing and coughing, primarily.
Many are finding self-isolation rather boring...
Sorry for the lack of updates on here. I’m in self isolation due to having symptoms of Coronavirus. It’s pretty boring to be honest.— Pc452 Dave McGarry (@Pc452 Dave McGarry)1584574990.0
We're all struggling with being cooped up in the house for so long...
Now I know why dogs get so excited to go for walks— JORDAN DAKOTA (@JORDAN DAKOTA)1585085108.0
And others are coming up with inventive ways to stay entertained.Another beer? Why not! Sadly, people in China have completely forgotten we're still dealing with a pandemic.
Shockingly people from China aren't following protocol.
via: Twitterless than a month after Huangshan National Park in China's eastern province of Anhui closed its doors, they've reopened, inviting visitors once again.
They only decreased the number of people allowed in.
via: TwitterReducing its usual 50,000-visitor capacity to 20,000.
They were offering free entry! Because that sounds like a good idea.
This resulted in visitors cramming into the park to get a place, over the weekend.
via: TwitterTens of thousands of people queued shoulder-to-shoulder to get in, with many choosing not to adhere to social distancing guidelines or to even cover their faces.
Both gates eventually had to close after the 20,000 capacity was reached.
via: TwitterIt brought in 5,300 tourists to its ticket gates every hour using 120 shuttle buses before it started encouraging people to visit other sites nearby after it had almost reached full capacity at 9.22 am that day. Just an hour later, the ticket gates then closed as the full 20,000 capacity was reached.
Huangshan National Park issued an apology to those who couldn't enter.
Huangshan Mountains, China,After quarantine was removed, and tours were made free #Covid_19 #coronavirus… https://t.co/IRa6xkEn60— Farhang F. Namdar (@Farhang F. Namdar)1586105909.0
The park has been criticized for offering free entry in a time like this.
#China, the scars are forgotten After Anhui Huangshan announced its re-opening, it attracted tens of thousands of… https://t.co/sKjVCTnUye— Harry Chen PhD (@Harry Chen PhD)1586153584.0
The province, which borders the virus epicenter Hubei, has reported 990 cases and six deaths.
Overflowing with tourists, the Huangshan scenic area in Anhui, #China halts ticket sales on Apr. 5 as it reaches th… https://t.co/noLBMhj5L3— The Paper 澎湃新闻 (@The Paper 澎湃新闻)1586072700.0