A quarantine with nothing

A quarantine with nothing

I had time without writing an article for the blog since I have been busy in my personal life, the truth is that this came to us all as a blow to the head. No one expected that a disease caused by quotation marks “caused by bat soup” would bring almost all nations to their knees because of the famous COVID-19.
There are many theories that want to explain the origin of this disease, many of them seeking attention to the world trend and others perhaps telling the truth but with no one who can read and analyze them carefully. Continuing with the theme of my personal life, I can say that life in Venezuela has worsened, this is more extreme than any real survival program that has existed for a person.

I think we would be somewhat safer in the times of the cavemen, at least we were free and there was not so much corruption or a cursed government that devastated a system called “Economy“. I will not fall into an article explaining how socialism has managed to end my country but if in the things that I have to live day by day.

Taking up the current history, the coronavirus reached the world devastating not only First World countries but all those that a contaminated person was able to reach. Life in Venezuela is becoming more difficult, currently I have daily power cuts that exceed 15 hours a day, not counting the times when sudden blackouts arise that leave us the remaining hours without electricity. This is a complete nightmare.
Currently the government rations electricity and water, every two days we have a day of water, the rest we must store in containers and pots in our home so as not to die of thirst (Blessed are those who have a tank to store enough liters of water) Without count the fact that we don’t have food, food is at prices unattainable for a person with a minimum wage in this country. With recurrence it is necessary to sell the things of my home to be able to survive at the moment.

Coronavirus and medicine

If people currently infected with coronavirus are still alive, it is because of the effort made not only by their families finding money for medicines, but also by the doctors who work day and night for a salary that is not enough for them at all (Venezuela’s salary currently they do not spend more than $ 4 a month), at the risk of becoming infected with the disease, but even so, they are there attending 24 hours a day to each person who arrives at the hospital.
Really surviving in Venezuela is an increasingly difficult task, every day the government gains more mental power over people as it keeps them controlled in some way so that they do not protest in any way.
Right now the only thing that keeps Venezuelans with a minimum of hope is the famous military intervention of the United States that if we go to the case would have consequences for the country.

Survive or die

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Hello; My name is Emmanuel I am 15 years old and I really want to tell you everything I live and feel in a crisis. Through anecdotes and things that I have gone through and lived. I want to achieve with this that each one of you not only learn to survive in a crisis, but also to be better people every day. And above all; to be happy.

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