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Giusi Andriano_November 2020

EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY CORPS – ARSIS – 2020

MONTHLY REPORT 1 – Giusy

DIAVATA REFUGEE CAMP 

David Ajenjo_November 2020

November.
This month was quite difficult, I tried not to become crazy all day at home, trying to be distracted spending the time in good ways like reading, learning Greek, watching films or series, going for walks in Anopoli, where I can feel so relaxed. I try to maintain myself in a positive way, trying to be productive and thinking that all this situation will finish soon and we will have our “lives” again, because i really want to live this experience at 100%, but i know that it doesn’t depend on me so I can only wait.

David Garcia_November 2020

The lockdown month

November started with bad news. The government of Thessaloniki decided to start a new lockdown for 14 days and then, was the Greek government who decided to get into a lockdown for all the country. This virus is hindering everything.

Ilaria Moioli_November 2020

NO LOCKDOWN CAN STOP ME!

After the first amazing month here in Thessaloniki volunteering with ARSIS the Covid-19 virus situation started to get worst and worst….and the lockdown was stated!

The lockdown began officially on November the 2nd, and there are rumors that it will probably be extended beyond November 30th, a date initially set for its end. When our lovely coordinator gave us the news, the situation left me embittered but, above all, scared.

Manuel Ferrara_November 2020

 The one just passed, it was a very difficult November. If before I could go to help the boys at the refugee camp in Diavata, one day I found myself in a new lock-down again. This Covid doesn’t leave us a moment of peace, because you are forced to live with something you can’t handle. I always have to be careful those few times I go out for shopping. With the kids at home is fine, they are super nice and we are now a family. We support each other in these very difficult times, laughing and joking.