Brazil, Visconde de Mauá: Ana Rita Nogueira, 54, artisanal producer of processed products
In the last 4 weeks, the spread of covid 19 in the world and in Brazil has radically changed my routine. I started social isolation. I am selling my products on the Internet, with extra care at the time of baking/cooking (wearing a mask at all stages). I am making the delivery at the house in Mauá, leaving it hanging on a bag. The consumer pays via bank transfer.
Tomorrow I go to Mauá to produce, after …
Poland: Gustavo, R&D Manager
1. What has changed for you in these four weeks?
Request to stay at home as much as possible, remote office for a longer time
2. How did the virus affect your surroundings/your family?
Closed commerce, bars, leisure, gyms, reduced transport. But for now, critical needs are being met. …
Brazil, Florianópolis (state-capital of Santa Catarina): Alice Levy da Paz, 19, student
Covid-19 arrived shaking the routine of the whole world, and it was underrated in how much this virus would impact everyone’s life. Brazil had started normal activities after the carnival, my routine was finally aligning until the cases started to appear. After 6 confirmed cases in the state in less than a week, the governor suspended any agglomeration and in a few days, all institutions and businesses were closed with no expected return. My classes are suspended indefinitely, which can …