Events that occur despite Covid-19



The coronavirus has changed peoples lives globally and has affected innocent people, leaving behind fear and uncertainty. Some people around the world are still going out into public without masks, not aware of anything that has happened during the past months since the Shelter-In-Place order, and still think the coronavirus is a hoax. Gratefully, there are volunteers at schools and churches that help distribute free food and other resources to those who need extra support during the pandemic.

COVID-19 is caused by a coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are common in people and many different species of animals, including camels, cattle, cats, and bats.  Rarely, animal coronaviruses can infect people and then spread between us. Countries everywhere around the world are struggling through this pandemic and are officially in lockdown. It has been anywhere from 5 to 8 months since people have been in lockdown. Who knows what will happen.

Early Stage SF is still going and will take place on July 21 at Hilton Union Square. Press conferences are being held to see the daily updates about the coronavirus. There are many more like the British and Canadian awards, conferences and shows such as Clinical Oncology and Cardinology, and religious events like preaching at certain churches. There are more open events around the world but overall, it is only little. The closed events are sports, musical award ceremonies, and schools. Once again, there are many places closed and events cancelled or postponed and very few places which are open. 

Grocery stores and other businesses are starting to reopen as people need to work, buy food, and make money. It is essential that people are still getting money during this pandemic while also making sure that they remain safe and healthy. People need to make money to pay for food, bills, and other family needs. Events are slowly opening up to people for others to take advantage and do their job, properly during this pandemic.

There are many doctors, nurses, health officers, volunteers, scientists, and more heroic people that risk their life going out to work, who are all extremely courageous because they are thinking about others while trying to survive themselves. Teachers staying connected while at home are also brave because they are trying to find a way to educate their students while keeping their distance. Many important people or workers are also working online even when they are separate. They are doing their job correctly informing others that they are always there for you.