In bad and difficult times, the good still prevails.
In countries around the world, millions of people are quarantined in their homes as governments take extreme measures to stop the spread of Wuhan coronavirus.
But while they've been ordered to stay at home, people in Italy, Israel and Spain are still finding wonderful ways to come together as a community. Enjoy.
During Italy's quarantine, Italian tenor Maurizio Marchini wanted to do something to spread joy amid all the sadness in Florence.— Muhammad Lila (@MuhammadLila) March 14, 2020
So climbed on to his balcony and serenaded the entire town.
Since noone in Italy can really leave their house...— Italian Football TV (@IFTVofficial) March 14, 2020
This DJ in Palermo is doing his work on his balcony ??
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In Italy, this wonderful man took to his balcony to play John Lennon's 'Imagine' for his quarantined neighbors ??— Zach Schwartz (@zachzachzach) March 14, 2020
(via IG/italysegreta) pic.twitter.com/9akmkxMQRR
Music teacher Alessandro Leo performs on a balcony in Italy, where more than 17,660 people have been infected by the coronavirus. Many who are in quarantined areas have tried to keep up morale by singing and eating on their balconies as a community. https://t.co/F0dSiDdlkc pic.twitter.com/lIIzIzzvjE— ABC News (@ABC) March 13, 2020
In Rosh Ha'ayin #Israel, with some folks in #Covid_19 quarantine and living in high towers, one man put out a loud speaker and called out a prayer known as "Accepting the Yoke of Heaven" starting with #ShemaYisrael.— Yishai Fleisher ?? ??? ?????? (@YishaiFleisher) March 17, 2020
And the people answered. pic.twitter.com/zzYLavvwXU
Following the inspirational example of many Italians, a neighbourhood in Petah Tikva, Israel, holds a "balcony party" (with one of my favourite songs of recent years). pic.twitter.com/3OwTRjGT1M— EinLi ??? ?? ??? ???? (@EnLiEretzAheret) March 16, 2020
During the quarantine, a pianist in Barcelona went to his balcony to play “My Heart Will Go On” for his neighborhood.— Rex Chapman???? (@RexChapman) March 18, 2020
After he started, a sax player in the building next door joined him.
I’m here for all of this...????pic.twitter.com/3utPYfDbua
Wow.— Marc Sallinger (@MarcSallinger) March 15, 2020
People in Barcelona clapped from their balcony tonight at 9 pm for one minute to thank the doctors and nurses battling Coronavirus. Spain imposed a nationwide lockdown today. My family sent me this video as they’re quarantined at home.
Sound on! #9News pic.twitter.com/UfCKbb85Sl