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Daily cheer: Lockdown day 2 social media content

Take a look at some of the best uplifting social media content from Day 2 Lockdown.

The nation is only two days away from the level four lockdown and understandably many people are feeling anxious about the uncertainty of the current covid-19 situation.

However, no all that comes with the lock should be gloomy and pessimistic, for some it can give time to unwind, relax and be creative.

For this reason, we’ve decided to do a daily recap of some of the humorous and uplifting social media content created during the lockdown.

Now that masks are mandatory in supermarkets and other essential stores, some people might need a reminder of the correct way to wear their mask and who better to show you than this cute boy:

Working from home can come with an added pressure load, but it has become the norm for many over the past year or so.

People these days are equipped with strategies and habits to help them adjust to the arrival of the office in their home.

However, pets do not necessarily understand the concept of “working from home”.

Nothing could prepare RNZ Pacific’s Moera Tuilaepa Taylor for the peer pressure coming from these faces as she worked:

During confinement, a lot of people tend to have a lot of free time. A common way to overcome boredom is to try and find a new hobby. And who knows? It might even become something bigger than a hobby.

From baking sourdough bread to making Tik Toks, blockages have sort of become synonymous with trying new things.

This person picked up a new hobby in level four lockdown last year and by then it’s clear that it’s become an obsession:

We live busy lives and if there’s one positive thing about lockdown, it’s that a lot of people have more time to relax, even if it’s just a few days.

This cat shows us how to proceed when the nation is temporarily doomed to live the life of a domesticated feline:

Finally, this haiku poem reminds us why we all make sacrifices in these uncertain times:

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