It is not easy to stay home all day and go out only to buy foods and medicines. However, it is good news that there are already some outstanding initiatives and ideas trying to help everybody to find some activities they enjoy and can do even during the times of the current global epidemic.
First of all, of course, everybody feels that now they have the time they needed so badly before to read the books they got for Christmas and watch the movies and series their best friend recommended. Interestingly, some reports say that “Czechs and Hungarians are panic-buying guns, Poland is using contraband vodka as a disinfectant and launched a special Minecraft server to incite people to stay at home.”
There are already some excellent initiatives because of the coronavirus in Hungary. For example, some bands and musicians did online concerts like the famous Tankcsapda last Friday. Below you can listen to it:
Since all the museums are closed, nobody can spend the day in one of them except if they can take part in a virtual tour. The Hungarian Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle) made all their exhibitions available virtually, and you can find them HERE. You can also visit the Liszt Academy of Music HERE, and HERE you can find the virtual tours of the Hungarian Digital Archives. Furthermore, if you click HERE, you can visit the Museum and Library of Hungarian Agriculture that way. Finally, even though Budapest has become empty in the last few weeks, you can still check the stations of metro line M4 HERE.
You can also find yourself some enjoyable video games to play while you are at home. If you want to preserve your health and physical abilities, you can join Réka Rubint, a famous Hungarian fitness trainer who provides online training you can follow on her Facebook page but you can also do the exercises by watching the videos uploaded on her Youtube channel.
And finally, listen to this song that famous Hungarian composers and musicians sent to all those who are fighting in the frontline against the deadly virus, for example, doctors, nurses, bus drivers, cleaners, chemists, and shop assistants: