Lockdown

An emergency measure or condition in which people are temporarily prevented from entering or leaving a restricted area or building (such as a school) during a threat of danger.

A lockdown is an emergency protocol that usually prevents people or information from leaving an area. The protocol can usually only be initiated by someone in a position of authority . Lockdowns can also be used to protect people inside a facility or, for example, a computing system, from a threat or other external event. Of buildings, a drill lockdown usually means that doors leading outside are locked such that no person may enter or exit. A full lockdown usually means that people must stay where they are and may not enter or exit a building or rooms within said building. If people are in a hallway, they should go to the nearest safe, enclosed room.

Types of Lockdown-

Preventive lockdown

A preventive lockdown is a preemptive action plan implemented to address an unusual scenario or a weakness in system to preempt any danger to ensure the safety and security of people, organisation and system. The focus for preventive actions is to avoid dangers and risks arising from the nonconformances to the normal circumstances, but also commonly includes improvements in efficiency.

Emergency lockdown

Emergency lockdowns are implemented when there is imminent threat to the lives or risk of injury to humans, for example, a School's Emergency lockdown procedures must be kept short and simple to make them easier to use under real life crisis conditions. Simple procedures can be easily taught with periodic lockdown drills instead of lengthy training.

In infectious diseases

During the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic, the term lockdown was used for actions related to mass quarantines. Lockdowns can limit movements or activities in a community while allowing most organizations to function normally, or limit movements or activities such that only organizations supplying basic needs and services can function normally.

Simple Ways To Spend Your Free Time During Coronavirus Lockdown

Staying at home is probably the best precaution you can take at the present time to prevent COVID-19 from making you and your family its victim. 

Many people are finding coronavirus lockdown comfortable. 

If you are not one among them, you definitely need to engage in something to make this time at home productive rather than boring or frustrating.

So, if you have been finding it difficult to stay idle for a long period of time without going anywhere or without doing anything fun, here are things you can do to utilize your time:

FITNESS 

  1. Exercise
  2. It is probably the best time you can indulge in exercising and ensuring that you remain healthy and fit. You can either start a new form of exercise or continue with your old one, as per your wish. What's best is that in both cases, you will work towards improving your immunity. 

  3. Find healthy food items to eat
  4. Apart from your coronavirus-related Google search, you can also look for healthy food items that you can include in your diet. You can also check the nutritional level of the food items that you consume on a daily basis and include or exclude certain items according to your needs. 

  5. Meditate
  6. If you want to experience mental and physical peace, put on some music and give meditation a try. Meditation will also help you reduce stress, increase energy, enhance immunity system, and benefit in a lot more ways.

  7. Practice dance
  8. Whether or not you are a fan of dancing, give it a try. You can also learn a new form of dance. It will not only improve your mood, health and fitness but also help you increase your confidence.

    FAMILY 

  9. Revisit memories
  10. In your daily life, you may not get a chance to bring back the old times. But, you can recall them by looking at your old family photographs or videos together. 

  11. Play games
  12. You can dedicate a specific time slot each day to play games such as hide and seek, Chess, Cards, board games, Jenga, and numerous others with your entire family. 

  13. Watch movies
  14. This is the idle time you can indulge in binge-watching old or new movies that you have never seen before. Pick a few good Hollywood or Bollywood movies, grab some popcorn and call your family members to engage in this fun activity. 

  15. Create music
  16. Adults, as well as kids, love to try their hand at music. If you or your family has an interest in music, gather all your musical equipment at one place and start your musical experiments.

  17. Cook together
  18. We Indians love eating different types of recipes on a daily basis. You too can decide an everyday menu and indulge in cooking it together with your loved ones. This way, you would get time to increase your bond as well as satiate your desire for variety in food.

  19. Clean & organize
  20. If for the past few months you have been waiting for a weekend to clean and organize your kids' room, living room or any other area of your house, now is the time. Choose a specific day when you along with your family members can work on cleanliness and organization of your home.

  21. Re-arrange your household items
  22. Once you have cleaned your home sweet home thoroughly, think of re-arranging your household items such as television, sofas, chairs, dining table, decorative pieces, and others to give your humble abode a completely new look. 

  23. Read books together
  24. What a better way than reading books with your loved ones to make the most of your idle time? Doing so, will not only bring you all together but also introduce you to a completely new world of life experiences. 

  25. Share knowledge & experience
  26. We all have a different perception of life and its happenings. You can utilize time during coronavirus lockdown to uncover your family member's various points of view or knowledge or life lessons to learn more about them as well as new things. 

  27. Indulge in gardening
  28. Being among plants and trees gives us a sense of relief. You along with your dear ones can get involved in a gardening activity to give back the most to nature. Planting new seeds, controlling weeds, adding some garden art, and others are a few gardening activities you can engage in. 

  29. Pamper your pets
  30. If you are lucky to have pets in your home, give some time of your day to interact with them. In fact, your whole family can play along with your pets or pamper them to make them feel special the same way they make you do. 

    SELF 

  31. Think about your future
  32. During the coronavirus lockdown, you will get ample time to be alone. Grant yourself some ‘Me-time' and reflect on your future goals, physical and mental health, career aspirations, and more. Basically, utilize this time in thinking about everything you want for yourself, but usually don't get the time to ponder over. 

  33. Create new fashion looks
  34. You may be bored with your wardrobe and repeating the same look every now and then, but you can change it. Sort the clothes that you possess, according to their type. Then, try to mix and match them with other clothes and accessories that are completely new to you. By doing so, you will gain a new look & style as well as utilize your wardrobe in an effective manner. 

  35. Reconnect with old friends and colleagues
  36. Coronavirus lockdown is the idle time you can reestablish the connection with long lost friends and old colleagues that once were a dear part of your life. 

  37. Explore your artistic side
  38. Try your hand at painting, sketching, photography, doodling, quilling, paper cutting, writing poems & songs, etc. Choosing any of the creative activities will grant you peace of mind as well as do complete justice to your free time. 

  39. Write a letter to your future self
It may be a testing time for you, both personally and professionally. But, think from a positive point of view and write a letter to your future self. Years from now when you will read the letter, you will feel happy that you survived a tough time without giving up.

Antarctica bombshell as ‘master PYRAMID' found on satellite image

EXPERTS believe they may have found an ancient pyramid hiding among the mountains in Antarctica.

An excerpt from History Channel show Ancient Aliens shows a satellite image of a pyramid-shaped object on the snowy plains of the South Pole.

It clearly has four sides and appears to rise up.

The potential pyramid was spotted by Joseph White near the Shackleton mountain range, sending conspiracy theorists and experts alike into meltdown

In the footage one theorist explains: “We should start looking at the possibility that there was habitation on Antarctica.

“Was it a lost civilisation? Could it be ancient astronauts?

"Maybe the earliest monuments for your own civilisations are originally from Antartica.”

Although many question how humans could build such a mammoth structure in the depths of frozen Antartica, author Michael Salla poses a slightly different theory about how those pyramids got there.

On the topic, he said: “There has been extensive research done on pyramids throughout the world, and one of the theories is that pyramids are power generators.”

Michael continues: “If you have these pyramids strategically places around the world generating this charge, it is possible to create a general standing wave around the world which is basically a wireless transmission of energy” – basically working like a sat-nav for space crafts.

It is suggested this “wireless energy system” would allow alien ships to navigate their way around the planet.

Using this theory, it makes sense there would be at least one pyramid in Antarctica in order to complete the system.

The frosty continent has long-been the subject of mystery by conspiracy theorists.

One particularly wacky theory is that Antarctica is the site of a secret Nazi base.

The Nazis infamously conducted a secret mission to the region in 1939.

But it has been widely speculated that they managed to build a base on the continent – and Adolf Hitler himself "escaped" there after World War Two.

There have also been other sightings of "pyramids", such as one found on Google Earth earlier this year.

And some conspiracists even claimed to have found remnants of an "ancient city" using the mapping software.

 

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