#YoMeQuedoEnCasa: pastry, relax and “I see, I see” between neighbors


The coronavirus forced the Argentines to reinvent the routine and adapt the habits to fulfill a single slogan: stay at home. These days everyone manages to navigate the isolation as best as possible and entertain the youngest of the family who do not have classes.

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Alma and her brother Amir, from Zona Oeste, used the time to familiarize themselves with the kitchen and prepare a delicious cake. They sweetened the afternoon at home!

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Ámbar, from Saladillo, also went to the kitchen with Mom. Who will have delighted with the cake?

Aytana is 8 years old and from Posadas, in Misiones, he set to work and made chinstraps for their dolls. A gesture of tenderness in the midst of the pandemic.

Some residents of Villa Urquiza had fun playing “I see I see”, all together, but without leaving home!

They say that music heals. They know it and that’s why, to spend the afternoon, some enjoyed a exclusive family accordion show.

Daniela works at the Avellaneda hospital and took advantage of her rest day to be with the family. Applause to her!

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She spent her birthday on her home, physically alone, but well accompanied at a distance. There was no lack of cake and the moment to blow out the candles. “There are no excuses for not complying with the quarantine”, assured.

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Maite is three years old and, in these days of isolation, she learned to write her first words, with a very large request for all of society: Stay at home!

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