The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many countries around the globe to impose complete or partial lockdowns in their respective nations as the infectious disease still continues to spread like a wildfire in many parts of the world, including India.
Although many offices chose to adapt the new mode of functioning, that is, ‘work from home’ but a lot of us still felt confined at home. Although it is essential to ‘stay at home’ and maintain social distancing to avoid the spread of the current pandemic— some amount of frustration and restlessness started precipitating within the urbanized modern societies because of restricted movement.
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