Lockdown is incredibly tough - and many of us are fantasizing about our plans for when it's over. But one woman faced tragedy after finishing her quarantine in Turkey.
Many of us are struggling with the restrictions on life right now.And although we know it's for the best, it can still feel tough being trapped inside.
Other countries are currently lifting some aspects of lockdown.But one woman was met with a different tragedy in the outside world.
The world has been in a state of emergency.Many countries have been forced to close their restaurants and bars in an attempt to prevent any further spread of the virus - meaning a mass loss of jobs across the country.
World leaders have been scrambling to find a solution to the outbreak for months now...
via: GettyAnd it's safe to say some countries have dealt with the situation better than others.
Trump has remained valiantly confident in America's resilience to the virus.In January, just after the outbreak, he was quizzed on his thoughts on the virus, in which he replied: “It’s one person coming in from China, and we have it under control. It’s going to be just fine."
And, even when the number of cases in America started to climb...He remained calm, and repeatedly stressed that there was nothing to be too worried about.
Trump has persistently fought against the media regarding the pandemic...And, at one point, even dubbed the virus as being a "fake news media" conspiracy.
And, as the months trickled by...President Trump simply wouldn't budge from his stance on the virus and even went on to compare it to the common flu. This was one of his most dangerous and false statements about the virus, and caused plenty of outrage amongst both Americans and people all over the world.
Things needed to change.
via: GettyAnd fast. As the number of cases and deaths grow here in the States, people are growing increasingly more concerned with Trump's blaze attitude regarding the pandemic.
But, thankfully, Trump seemed to have a sudden change of heart.
via: GettyOn March 13th, mere days after he compared the virus to the common flu, he finally declared a national emergency.
This move freed up around $50 billion in federal funding...
via: GettyAnd promised a new screening website and more drive-by medical tests.
But regardless of the national emergency...
via: GettyMany people are refusing to abide by the lockdown rules.
In several different states, people have been seen going about their days as normal...
via: GettyIncluding staging protests and flocking to public areas to socialize.
It seems that more and more people are catching on to this blatant disregard of the lockdown rules...
via: GettyAnd they have been branded as America's Quarantine Quitters (or the QQA for short).
People from all around the country have been going about their days as they please...
via: GettyAnd the photos to prove it are sickening. Take this image of people queuing up in a fast-food restaurant from Coney Island in New York, for example.
People recently staged a mass gathering in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to protest the reopening of businesses...
via: GettyWe don't see any social distancing measures being practiced here...?
Central Park in NYC looks no different...
via: GettyAnd people were spotted happily gathering in groups and sitting around for several hours.
Scenes at Huntington Beach, California, showed hundreds of beach-goers enjoying the sun...
via: GettyThis most certainly doesn't look like a country struggling massively from a global pandemic.
The hot weather has caused thousands of people to flock to the beach...
via: GettyIncluding locals from Tybee Island, Georgia.
In other countries, though, the lockdown has been lifted.
via: GettyBut that has led to another (and quite unexpected) loss.
One woman followed her quarantine with an even greater tragedy.
via: FacebookOlesia Suspitsina, aged 31 from Kazakhstan, had been locking down in nearby Turkey.
But after the local lockdown lifted ...
via: FacebookSuspitsina took to Duden Park in the city of Anatyla to celebrate with friends.
"We came to the park in the evening, we drank wine."
via: Facebook"Then we were talking to a friend with a video. When Olesia was talking on video, she asked me to take a picture of herself," a friend explained to News1.
Suspitsina climbed over a railing to get her perfect shot.
via: FacebookBut to the horror of her friend, she slipped and fell 115 feet into the water below.
Emergency servies pulled her body out of the water.
via: FacebookA truly horrendous story. In spite of such tragedy, though, some people still aren't getting the message of lockdown. Scroll on for the details ...