This apartment complex in Seville found one way to alleviate the boredom of house confinement while boosting community spirit; by playing bingo!
— Carlos Ortega (@caorfdz) March 14, 2020
The same apartment block had earlier staged a community aerobics class, held from a rooftop by a resident personal trainer.
Nobody is allowed to go outside in Spain due to the Coronavirus crisis.
But in order to keep people moving, this sports instructor in Seville teaches an aerobics class from his rooftop.
— Rex Chapman??(@RexChapman) March 15, 2020
While this couple of musicians in Madrid’s Lavapies district staged a concert from their balcony.
The lockdown was also an excuse for amateur DJ’s to play their music at top volume, ostensibly to entertain the neighbourhood – let’s hope there weren’t any health workers trying to catch a snooze before heading back out to a shift at the hospital!
Other musicians chose a gentler vibe, such as this trumpeter with a military tune:
And this singer in Pamplona entertained the whole street with a song from the popular fiesta San Fermin.
— The Local Spain (@TheLocalSpain) March 16, 2020
For the second night in row, residents across Spain went to their windows and made a noise to show their appreciation for the nation's health workers who are at the frontline of the coronavirus crisis. The action was mobilised on social media using #AplausoSanitario.
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