The people of gothenburg: the, corona, us

INQUIRY: How does this coronavirus to you?”It affects, of course, an economical one if you have the money in the bank. However, I am not a prepper or anything.

The people of gothenburg: the, corona, us
INQUIRY: How does this coronavirus to you?”It affects, of course, an economical one if you have the money in the bank. However, I am not a prepper or anything. One meal at a time.” Johan Theandersson, 35, Anestesisjuksköterska.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN ”It does not affect me, because it is more conservative, but I don't understand why people hoard.” Monika Gerlach, 66, a retiree.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”It's affecting everything. With a trip, jobs, and people's behavior.” Shivan Ahmed, 30, a painter.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”I know that you really think about it, and plan on more.” Josephine Smythe, 17, a student a t.(v). ”It will be a little bit paranoid when you go out and spend time with friends. It will be to stay at home and watch a movie.” Tilda Akerman, 17, a student.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN ”Masshysterin makes a difference." Otherwise, it is well that it is a little more dry.” John, Carpenter, 33, a security engineer, with a daughter, Naomi, 3.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”It has affected quite a lot. There are fewer people in the store and we've started to use the gloves. However, I have not changed my handlingsvanor.” Anna Lundin, 28 years old, klocksäljare.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN ”It does not affect me, because there wasn't any flour left over, which I didn't have to. Then do a bit more dry before taking the end of the year.” Johanna Ekstrand, 29, on maternity leave.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”in fact, it won't affect that at all, and I'm not jätteorolig. However, there is a strange feeling when you see other people starting to gather. It seems over the top.” Oskar Svärd, 38, utbildningshandläggare.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”I will stay at home more, and are financially affected because the shares were going down.” Per birth, 28, a student.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”It has not been affected that much yet. The industry I work in is affected, and it will be a little bit more baby diapers but don't a lot more to it than that. With a shock, that it is empty on the shelf.” Philip Chan, 38, a salesman.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”You will get less work because you are working in a hotel. Or perhaps it's influence to buy a little more of the hard bread and canned goods.” A result of Key, 51, a bartender.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”We are very calm and the sand is not very much.” Stefan Stenbom, 42, a chef. ”I feel that it is quite incredible that this can become a kind of hysteria.” Petra Stenbom, 40, a chef.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”I was isolating myself more and more and try to see as little as possible.” Michael Power, 60, a civil engineer and it consultant.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN . ”all the time. We have isolated the us, in addition to that, we're going to the grocery store.” Anders Holm, 72, a retiree. ”It's a sad thing, for I was almost sick to not be able to see my children's children.” Eva Arnelind, 72, a retiree.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN .', Actually, not so much the order of the day. It flows on to the children at the daycare center. However, I looked at myself a little bit more of the pasta and loaves of bread. Linda, Sandh, 34, servicerådgivare.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON / GT/EXPRESSEN Previous Next 1 of 15 Exit fullscreen mode
Updated Date: 13 March 2020, 19:00

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