Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic struck the world into, undoubtedly, a whirlpool of events. We are now facing and, hopefully, adjusting to the limits it set up. Starting with the economy, it caused a downfall in almost all countries and to the transportation, it came to a halt. People were quarantined and were forced to stay at home due to the fear of spreading the virus further.
Limousines are a topic for those who either has the money to afford it or for the few who are just mildly curious about the subject matter.
Limousine services are weird.
Why? Well, an undeniable fact about limousines, are that they are eye-catching. And, sure, riding a limousine in a street is not a necessarily bad thing to do, it’s just... distracting to say the least. However, when the occasion calls for a once-in-a-lifetime celebration, limousines can offer a variety of opportunities.
Ever wondered about limousines?
It is a fantastic vehicle, sure. It boasts elegance, and its luxury that had become its trademark amongst other cars. While limousines do have a lot to offer, it is underrated for many reasons—since people don’t really ride limousines in broad daylight in any street.
Limousines are well- known vehicles. A fact is, most people imagine the lengthy car that stretches to a couple feet with multiple doors whenever they hear the word ‘limo.’ That is true that the long vehicle is referred to as a limousine. More precisely, it’s a type of limousine called ‘stretch-limo’. Other than that, though, there are also various types of limos that are not really discussed, but they are equally luxurious and elegant as the stretch limo. Here are the different types of limos.
Pandemic Ever since the COVID-19 virus spiraled into the now, most-talked about pandemic, everything in the world has come to a halt. The economy, trading, and, of course, transportation. With the numbers of patients rising every second, it was a need to cancel almost all of what we were used to. The streets would be deserted, some occasional motorcycles and private cars here and there, but, for the most part, there would none.
The supposed outbreak of 2020, COVID-19, stirred up fear, unsureness and chaos to most countries. Months have passed, numbers are still rising and various countries are doing what they can do to make the situation better, each pouring out their best to flatten the curve. While it was unbelievable how everything unfolded in just a span of a few months, taking the first five months of 2020 to a frenzy of bad news, it became the ultimate reason on why almost all people are forced to stay inside their houses.
In the span of a few months, the world was taken by storm when a supposed new virus had made its way from China to almost all of the countries around the world. The COVID-19 virus that came from the alleged wet market from Wuhan had sprung to a worldwide pandemic, claiming thousands of lives and put the world’s economy to a halt. Countries had their own way of containing the virus, but it all narrows down to one thing.
During these scary times, we all know that following important guidelines is crucial to keep the virus from spreading. First is to learn how it spreads and second, how to keep that from happening. As we all know, the virus is spread to contact to infected water droplets that exits when a person sneezes or coughs; One guideline that seems to be present in almost everywhere is to disinfect. No, not just our hands. Disinfect everything.
All over the news, all you would here is the pandemic and most probably, just the pandemic. The, now, wide-spread disease, caused terror and anxiety to countless countries. This crisis only unfolding in just a manner of months, it devastated a lot of countries in terms of economy and lives. Since we don’t have a vaccine, as of now, and its difficulty to contain, the virus posed as a threat in wiping a rather large part of current population. The scariest part? It’s everywhere and we have no clue if something is infected unless we further investigate it. That’s why we’re here, stuck in our homes because of the community quarantine.