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15 people share what they miss about the COVID lockdown period.

15 people share what they miss about the COVID lockdown period.

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The pandemic has been a global nightmare.

Lives have been lost, economies have been decimated, and the mental framework for life as we know it has shifted: in both temporary and permanent ways.

There's no rosy way to frame a global pandemic that doesn't undercut and invalidate the grief and trauma it's caused.

However, there are elements of the forced quarantine - mostly the slowness of life, that some people miss, and others have implemented into their lives going forward.

In a popular Ask Reddit thread, people shared what they miss about the lockdown period of COVID, and it's an interesting peek at some universal experiences.

1. From tensecat:

Not feeling guilty for never leaving my home and all of the quality time my girlfriend and I spent together.

2. From Middle_Weakness_8005:

The background noises being switched off - no traffic, no planes in the sky, no horns blaring. Also the sense of community it brought with neighbours checking in on each other and if anyone needed anything.

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