Seeing a divided society due to the crisis

Unable to travel home to my family, I moved in with my girlfriend and spent most of my quarantine with her. My work was essential, so I had to do it in person. When working in a construction company, as soon as the pandemic began, I was relocated to direct the expansion of a hospital. My work intensified because I had to fill the face-to-face functions of those who were considered at risk, monitor the implementation of the new protocols, and the trip to work was stressful. There were strict traffic controls, which generated traffic jams of several hours. Read more

When you can’t believe that there are people who don’t believe in vaccines

Argentina was in a hard quarantine for almost seven months. At the beginning of the pandemic there was a lot of fear and uncertainty because little was known about the virus. The atmosphere was tense, nobody wanted to be infected. On a social level, people little by little lost their fear and are aware of respecting the minimum care in order to return to pseudo-normality. Now the progress of the vaccination gives me hope. I can’t believe there are people who don’t believe in vaccines. Read more