‘When coronavirus is over…’ Twitter users share their plans for the future
30th Mar 2020
In an effort to keep spirits up amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, Twitter users are sharing their plans for when it’s all over
What are you most looking forward to when this pandemic ends? People around the world have been taking to Twitter to share their plans for the future using the hashtag #WhenCoronavirusIsOver.
Some of them intend to marry their beloveds because they’ve realised “life is too short”. One grandmother said she can’t wait to hug her grandchildren, and many others have said they’ll never take hugs and kisses for granted again.
“When all this is over, I’ll never take for granted a handshake with a stranger or a hug from a friend. I will appreciate full shelves at the supermarket and pharmacy,” one Twitter user shared, “and I will be grateful for live sport and appreciate the roar of the crowds in the stadiums.”
Many others have added they will no longer underappreciate essential workers, from frontline healthcare staff to supermarket employees. The consensus is these key workers kept us all going, and their efforts will not be forgotten.
— Emihle Vodloza (@EmihleThePhotog) March 30, 2020
— Jaime Edley (@EdleyJaime) March 29, 2020
— Asif Inderyas (@asifInderyas) March 30, 2020
— Bouncer kyalo (@Bouncerkyalo1) March 30, 2020
After this corona virus, let’s think that it is our second life. God grant us another chance to accept, embrace and love life. Let’s not waste time anymore. Do the things that make you happy. Apologize to the people you hurt and live happily. #WhenCoronaVirusIsOver
— medtechspeaks ?? (@medtechspeaks) March 30, 2020
— KADOBA MOSES ~THE LAST MU’CHWEZI (@kadobamosesUG) March 30, 2020
Hug my grandchildren. #WhenCoronaVirusIsOver
— Shieldmaiden (@cheechny) March 21, 2020
Had a lovely virtual hen party with friends and family ?? can’t wait for it to happen when this coronavirus is over!
— Niamh Byrne ? (@Niamhyy) March 28, 2020
I’m heading to some fabulous destination with my bestie ? pic.twitter.com/xfgm2hQ394
— Izzy (@IrrumAli) March 29, 2020
#WhenCoronaVirusIsOver we will realise that mansions, branded clothing, expensive jewelry, social status, bank balances and job titles NEVER have, NEVER are and NEVER will be more valuable than life. The gift of life trumps any earthly accolades.
— Christo (@ChristoThurston) March 29, 2020
I was thinking to myself today… can you imagine all the family reunion videos on our newsfeeds when this is all over? Im so excited to see everyone reconnect in person with their loved ones. ?? #COVID2019 #COVID19 #coronavirus
— Kim Seery (@KimSeery20) March 26, 2020
Me & @ArmaghThrabak are going to have the best date ever. We’ll have lunch, grab a coffee, take a walk & reflect on how quickly life got back to normal. Our hearts will be filled with love & gratitude for the simple everyday pleasures of life. ? #WhenCoronaVirusIsOver #LoveGoals
— Ruth O’Hagan (@RuthOHagan1) March 29, 2020
When all this is over, I’ll never again take for granted a handshake with a stranger or a hug from a friend. I will appreciate full shelves at the supermarket & pharmacy. I will be grateful for live sport & appreciate the roar of the crowds in the stadiums. #coronavirus #Covid_19
— Cate (@nyy_cate) March 28, 2020
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