Most countries take interesting and strange social distance measures to combat Covid-19 disease caused by the new type of coronavirus. We have researched countries that apply for extraordinary quarantine applications from all over the world.
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In some towns of Colombia, people can go out according to the last digit of their ID numbers. For example, those who live in the town of Guatape can go out on Mondays, ending with ID numbers 0, 7 and 4 on Mondays, and ending with 1, 8 and 5 on Tuesdays.There is a similar practice in Bolivia.
The Serbian government had restricted the time for walking dogs between 20:00 and 21:00, but after the dog owners protested this situation, this practice was lifted. A veterinarian said that removing the evening walks could lead to an aggravation of the hygiene problem in the houses where dogs who already have problems with the excretory system live.
Panama, the Central American country where nearly a thousand coronavirus cases are seen, has decided to take some gender-based measures. Starting Wednesday, women and men will be able to go out of their homes for just two hours in different time zones and on different days. Nobody will be able to go out on Sundays.
Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko, one of the leaders who did not take social distance measures in his country. Explaining that he did not think of taking social distance measures because he did not see the virus flying around, Lukashenko argued that the virus could not survive due to the cold environment and the Belarusian leader also said that drinking vodka and going to the sauna. He also said he would protect him from the virus.
Sweden has 4,500 cases, but it is more comfortable than other countries. The government trusts that its citizens will act logically and expects its citizens to behave correctly without declaring quarantine.Gatherings involving more than 50 people were banned; however, schools for children under 16 are still open.
Although the World Health Organization says that healthy people do not need to wear a mask unless they look after someone sick, Austria has made it necessary to wear a mask in supermarkets. Millions of masks have been provided to citizens.
Previously, Czechia, Slovakia and Bosnia Herzegovina had made it necessary to wear a mask.
In Malaysia, a government recommendation provoked great reaction. While the isolation measures in the country continued, the posters that recommended women to “wear, make-up and do not disturb their spouses by talking too much” were removed from the reactions, the government had to apologize.
In Turkmenistan, the word coronavirus was banned.Citizens who talked about the coronavirus epidemic were also said to be detained by the police. In Turkmenistan, civilian clothed “agents” are arrested by people, and those who are wearing coronavirus or those who wear masks.