São Paulo is the epicenter of Covid-19 in Brazil and the place where the greatest number of deaths from the disease have occurred. Get to know some activities of the Paulistas in the quarantine phase.~The Covid-19 register in São Paulo reached, on March 27, 58 deaths and 1052 infected. This Brazilian location has been experiencing difficult days but, having been the starting point of the Coronavirus manifestation in the country, this was also the first city to decree the suspension of its public classes and to enter in a confinement regime. Despite the new cases and the new deaths, that place São Paulo with the highest register in Brazil, the measures taken seem to be resulting, showing a break in the graphs of its evolution.
The paulistas are helping in this process, keeping themselves in their homes and fulfilling the directives requested. In this time of confinement, it is certain that several activities are taking place, so that the inhabitants of São Paulo remain active. These are some of the activities that the inhabitants of São Paulo are doing to stay in their homes. Check them out.
1) Listening to music It doesn'tmatter which music you like the most - whether international pop or rich: confinement is the ideal time for you to listen to music and, who knows, even dance a little in your room or your living room.
Besides listening to music, the Paulistas are also sharing their favorite songs on social networks.
2) Creating stories in InstagramInstagram seems to be the favorite social network of the Paulistas and this is where they are showing the most activity. But it is not only the Paulistas who are doing it! All over the world, Instagram is being used more and more as a platform for sharing but also for promoting ideology. Common Hashtags are now #fiqueemcasa or #stayathome.
3.making video meetings at ZoomNobodywill tell a Paulista that he can't be with his friends! So, in the confinement period, Zoom meetings have also increased, allowing real conferences with countless people, without having to leave home. The most enterprising are using this platform to promote events that had been cancelled, like poetry slams, for example.
Better yet, these events have gained a new international appeal, as Zoom allows people to meet anywhere on the globe.