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Stay home, flat the curve



ENG: Recently I took a part in instagram stay home flat the curve initiative. It's scary how many people are affected and how many in my country do not care. I think it is very important to cast away your egoistic desires and do what is right. I think it is important enough to share on my blog as well.

RU: Недавно я поучавствовала в коллаборации с другими блогерами, мы призываем всех оставаться дома и сгладить кривую распространения вируса. Мне становится страшно от мысли о том, скольких человек это так или иначе коснулось, и от того, скольким людям в моей стране наплевать. Я думаю, что сейчас критически важно откинуть свои эгоистические желания и сделать то, что сделать единственно правильно, а именно сидеть дома, не выходить на улицу и заботиться о всеобщем здоровье. Я считаю, что это достаточно важно, чтобы поделиться этим и здесь.


#stayhomechallenge

I was wearing:
Swatch watch
Marc by Marc Jacobs shirt (oldie but I love it)

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Such a powerful message to share. Thank you!

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  2. What a lovely collab! Stay safe all <3

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  3. Living in NY has been crazy. We have so many cases. My county on Long Island (NY) has more cases that most of the states in the US. It is important to flatten the curve to prevent further outbreaks.

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  4. What a great message and group collaboration. I hope you and yours are healthy & safe. Keep the message going. Stay home!

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  5. Yes, it's so much important just go out for the important things
    HAPPY WEEKEND AT HOME
    xoxo
    http://stylishpatterns.blogspot.com

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  6. Such a good initiative, thank you for being one of the people who does the right thing. There are still too many who don't understand how staying at home can save lives. Hope you and your family stay safe and well during this crisis.

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  7. That's right: stay f*$%ing home! Celebrate Easter at home - don't do Sunday morning Easter Services, idiots and egoists! And yet, they don't listen... They don't care to flat the curve.

    I hope that Russia will cancel the Victory Day parade on May 9th this year, even though it's 75 years and very-very sad not to celebrate. What are the plans so far for that day? Do you know?

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    1. As far as I know they didn't cancel anything but I hope they will actually. If you ask me I don't think those super pricey parades are any good under any circumstances

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  8. This is very cool. A creative way to deliver the message! I just hope that everyone is going to cooperate so that the statistics will start to improve. Here in my country, we are not yet at our peak. I am praying for the best!

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  9. I love this idea and it's so very true! We need to stay home and really flatten this curve. Covid-19 is nothing to take lightly ever. Amazing idea and job!

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  10. Love the new website and the new look. Yes social distance is the only way we will stop this pandemic and not being selfish. Here in Toronto we have gone from , to 50, to 5 and now only 2 people at a time. thanks for this lovely short piece. Jerry Godinho

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  11. In the UK we have been in lockdown for just over 3 weeks now, me and my family take it very seriously, but there are some who don't! It winds me up!

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  12. I love this idea. Awareness is very important.

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  13. Absolutely Lyosha - this is the most important message that needs to be understood by folks! It's shocking to see the cavalier attitude shown by many and unfortunately that is going to harm not just them but also tons of other people.

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  14. Great presentation and nice collaboration. It's time to come together as one with all that's happening.

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  15. It's nice to see all of you caring about others. The present dire situation offers a great opportunity to do just that.

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  16. A powerful message - one that people REALLY need to listen to! If we don't listen now, we're all going to pay the price for it in a very big way down the road... look to the countries that have been hit the hardest.

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  17. On the contrary, people are eating more during this quarantine. So, it's more of "fattening the curve" I guess ��

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    1. flatten the curve is about the graphic of infected, the idea is to stop the spread

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  18. a lovely collaboration. Keep safe ! Information and being aware is a key.

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  19. I did the same IG collage to #flattenthecurve It's a great message for all.

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  20. I did the same IG collage to #flattenthecurve It's a great message for all.

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  21. That is a great Instagram challenge! It's hard to believe that people are still ignoring the advice to stay home!

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  22. Oh wow! I really love this idea and what a fun way to promote awareness! I think I might have to do this myself with my Facebook friends today or tomorrow!! LOVE this!!!!!!!!!!

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  23. Just like you -- a lot of people in my country too seems not to care. Many still go out and do social activities which is not really helping this situation. Sometimes I feel just helpless but your post just inspired me to continue reminding others to stay at home.

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  24. YAYYY this is such an important message. Go you, I actually think this is a fab idea xx

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  25. What a great collaboration!
    All his is very important. Thank you for the beautiful message for the world.

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  26. This message is so important! I don't think people understand how easily transmitted this is, or just how deadly it can be. It has certainly changed my perspective as it goes on too. I wish more people would pay attention and actually stay at home.

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xx
Lyosha

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