P.Y.S., 51, a homemaker in Seoul, South Korea

What was good about it – The COVID19 increased the amount of time spent at home, which led to more family conversations and a chance to reflect on one’s daily life.

What was bad about it- As a result of this incident, all economic activity has been restrained, the overall economic impact on society has become serious and is unlikely to recover easily in the future.

The school shutdown period has been extended because of people who don’t keep social distance thinking that it would be okay. In the event of an emergency, the country should have dealt with it in a forced way as soon as possible.

[submitted on 5/9/2020]

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