On the Gråstensgade on Vesterbro residents have since yesterday applauded and hujet for the danes, who take care of the sick.
happens after the actor Rasmus Hammerich created a Facebook event Denmark flaps and blare on Wednesday afternoon after the urging of a friend, and the whole street clapped her.
- There are so many, sitting alone in their apartments during the quarantine, and in this way we can still be together, he says to Ekstra Bladet behind her front door.
the Evening's ceremony only took three minutes, but spoke roughly 30 open windows with jeering, klappende and loud danes, who finished the session with a common 'good night, see you tomorrow'.
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At Christianshavn has try Trine Oxvig to make Hammerich art with community singing bell 17.15 every day during the quarantine. Although she in the first attempt had to be content with singing a few of the neighbors, was the initiative to rant Kim Larsens 'Christianshavn Channel' welcome among the neighbors.
- one May be allowed to wish a song in the morning, said among other a man who put out his nikotintørst on the street.
Trine Oxvig found like Rasmus Hammerich its inspiration on Facebook, where videos of the neighborhoods, singing and talking at cross farms, rife among the users.
- We must arm ourselves with the most important kind of courage in this time. Patience, smiles Trine Oxvig from his balcony on the second floor, before her neighbor break in and regrets that she has not been make-up on in her hjemmekarantæne and maybe looks a little scary out.
Community - 16. mar. 2020 - pm. 07:58 Danes sing from window sills and balconies
In Italy, citizens in several cities have begun to sing from the balconies and windows to increase the sense of unity in a period when Italy is shut down because of the corona virus.
Italy is the country in the world, after China recorded the most individuals who are infected with coronaviruses and those who have lost their lives as a result of the virus.
More than 21,000 are infected, while more than 1400 have died in the country. It shows a statement from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, on the night of Monday Danish time.
It has got the Italian authorities to close the country down and ask all citizens to be indoors, where more citizens are now playing and filming the concerts, to strengthen the sense of unity under quarantine.