Lockdown is the new 2020 term

Lockdown is the new 2020 term — by Charmain Ingleton

To lose all rights for 14 days or more depending on where you live, where you’ve been, flown from, or who you’ve seen today. So, sit at home and watch tv on updates on Covid-19.

Boris says “Stay Home, Protect the NHS and Save Lives” that includes you and me. So, work from home, don’t go out or socialise today, instead watch the news and hope of a vaccine or cure can be found one day.

Lockdown is the new 2020 term
Fear sets in as this invisible, odourless killer is everywhere affecting humanity, like an alien invasion to our world, it attacks quietly. Irritation, anxiety and sense of isolation set in from the uncertainty ahead, we miss the freedoms we once had.

Lockdown is the new 2020 term
The update on the tv from Boris on the economy and covid-19. Boris says “Stay Alert, Control the Virus and Save Lives” his new catch phrase. On day 14 we learn the date that lockdown will be relaxed of which includes a two-metre distance rule and the wearing of home-made face masks.

Lockdown is the new 2020 term
We can now go to work but stay at home if we can and go to shops alone. For our health we’re allowed outside to exercise once more, with a restriction to stay a short distance of our home.

Lockdown is the new 2020 term
Hurray, it’s time to meet our family and loved ones once more, even though the maximum number amounts to six excluding us two, the real number amounts to four.

Lockdown is the new 2020 term
The lockdown’s now relaxed with travel plans in motion, but still be aware, the dangers still there. So, remember, stay alert, wash your hands, wear a mask and be very, very careful!