Covid-19 changed everyone’s life, especially us young people. From one day to the next, we found ourselves locked in our homes, the only way to keep in touch with family and friends was to make phone calls, video calls, and text messages. The lockdown was a time of fear, anxiety and anger. The days were all the same and never went by. I was lucky enough to live in a small country town and during the nice days I went for a walk or help my mother take care of the garden and the vegetable garden. We had to get used to wearing masks everywhere and not having parties, birthdays and family dinners. Now the situation seems to have improved but in my opinion the fear will not go away easily. The fear of being infected and feeling very sick will remain. I don’t know if in the future we will be happy and carefree again as before, I hope so, but I think it will be a long time before that happens.
End of the state of emergency
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