- Two photos have gone viral for capturing the way the world is amid the coronavirus outbreak
- The pictures show a newborn held up towards the baby's grandparents as they look through a glass window
- Tweeps said the photos portrayed how realities have changed for many with the virus
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Two powerful photos recently surfaced online and they reminded people of how our lives have really changed since the coronavirus pandemic.
In the pictures, a family could not hold hands but looked at each other through a glass-sealed window as a man with the Twitter handle @briannalhaynes held up his baby cousin towards his grandparents.
The coronavirus pandemic has overturned human lives and made humans restrategise the way they live. If there was ever anything people thought could not be done in a new way or postponed, the pandemic changed all of that.
@briannalhaynes who shared the photos tagged them with:
"I can’t even believe these pics are real and it’s MY family."
See his post below:
The photos have over a million likes with thousands of engagement. It could be one of the most engaged content on Twitter in recent days.
Below are some of the comments:
"Could have let them in. If you know they don’t have it. It should be fine. Governments are just trying to scare civilians. Yet they invite their families for holidays and sh*it. They don’t care for us. Just enjoy the time with your families. Not many have long left."
"Jesus just put on a mask and let them in."
"Hardest part of this year is accepting that this is how my baby had to meet some of his closest family and that I can never change that."
"I thought the old man in this was bernie sanders for like a solid 5 minutes."
"Besides how cute (but depressing) these pictures are, that's a BIG baby."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control announced that more Nigerians contracted the novel coronavirus disease.
The new cases which were confirmed by the disease control agency on Friday, November 27, stated that 169 new cases were recorded in twelve states, including the Federal Capital Territory.
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