Dua Lipa (24) thinks that the Coronavirus can alter pandemic digital communication in a sustainable way.

The pop musician isolated as almost everyone in the own four walls. Instead of the actual concerts, the 24-Year-old is now Live Performances on Instagram. “I’m still learning it. I’ve made this week, only my second Live Stream ever on Instagram. It is different, but a really fun way to connect with the Fans and the audience,” she explains.

The singer is glad that the social networks are now used finally to the unadulterated and unembellished reality of the people play. “It is interesting to see how we are when we are no longer in our comfort zone. You’re just a reduced Version: You’re on your Sofa, you’re in your living room. You’re completely bare, and I think that connects people on a different Level, because it shows that we are all equal and that we are all human,” explains the Briton.

quarantine brings a lot of beauty

In an interview with “NPR” says the Dua that the quarantine “bring a lot of beauty” with. “Sometimes it can be hard to make things like that interesting, but I think this is something that we must learn all in the new age of Social Media. I believe that if this pandemic is over – hopefully soon – we will be everything we have learned during this time continue to use, to connect us with people on a different Level.” (Bang)

What is a Lockdown?

Literally translated means Lockdown “lockdown”. In the case of the Coronavirus to serve, so that infected people have no more contact to other people and not infect. And lock are disposed downs after terrorist attacks or mass shootings.

In the case of a Lockdown is a temporary state-mandated and-enforced restriction of public life.

Possible actions include:

employees and workers are not allowed to work. Curfew and house arrest – individuals must stay in the buildings in which they are. Exit and entry prohibitions. Bars, cafes, Clubs and Restaurants are closed. Domestic travel will be banned or a rule, mentat. Offices, commercial and production will be closed sites. Shopping centres are closed. Public TRANSPORT is limited, also the airports could be closed. Sports groups and other Clubs will be prohibited from your activity. Shops, except food stores, supermarkets, and pharmacies will be closed. Borders are closed, or at least sharp border checks are carried out.

Which of the Federal Council imposed, is always dependent on the Situation. These tracks will be the Corona-crisis leave

The Coronavirus affecting the entire world, affects every area of life. It is clear today that The crisis will have consequences – some good, majority negative.

the economy and consumer

The Coronavirus is likely to change, the Swiss economy is fundamentally different. Now Secretariat for economic Affairs (Seco) are, according to the state of 757 000 workers employed in short – time work-approximately 15 percent of all purchase! In addition to a recession are also expected an unemployment rate of 2.8 percent and a decline of the GDP to -1.3 percent.

The uncertainties have a large influence on the behavior of the population: Expensive purchases, instead of emergency reserves saved up. With the result that the retail trade will still have a long bite at the late follow. Hoarding or not.

The consumer should get into the habit of shopping more frequently in the network. So Digitec Galaxus announced, for example, recently, a further 200 logistics staff.

work life

Many companies have to currently deal with digital technologies, in order to keep the operation Running. Employees learn by video-conference exchange. For the employer, in the future, a blessing: more home office less office costs and equipment costs.

workers miss at home the Personal of office life, appreciate the flexible working hours and fight with the Hard – and Software: In peak times, the traffic that is currently causing Congestion in the mobile communication. Particularly annoying ists in border regions, where fiber is often copper wire instead of glass in use.

catering and Events

The Virus has the social life to a Standstill brought. Operators of closed Restaurants, Bars and Clubs, will meet in full: While revenues have been removed, must be covered operating expenses, such as Rent a more.

There is a maximum credit for ten percent of the annual turnover, which is likely to be, according to gastro Suisse for a lot of pickling, just a drop on the hot stone. In addition, Many farmers are individual entrepreneurs and only 3320 francs per month.

The industry closures, bankruptcies and redundancies threaten. Dark it also looks at concert and sporting event organizers, where the Rejections pile up. The liability issues are still unclear.


The crisis brings Strengths and weaknesses to the fore, especially when dealing with the epidemic where disease notifications are made in part via Fax.

The Virus is a major influence on the current debate on the planned hospital closures and cost structures in the health system. Also the payment of caregivers (for many too deep) is likely to come to the test.

An important role will also play a possible vaccine against the Coronavirus. Already skeptics fear the scenario of a forced vaccination for all.


In the airline industry is a huge fight for survival. The International air transport Association IATA anticipates that the revenue from the passenger traffic could drop to 252 billion dollars, or 44 per cent below the value of 2019, if the travel restrictions lasted three months.

Many Airlines will no longer be able to withdraw without any state aid. The Swiss currently has grounded 90 of its 96 planes. Whether the enthusiasm shoots up in old heights? Tend not to: Because many had to cancel your holiday, you will leave for bookings in the future with caution.

Social interaction

In times of Social Distancing, the local is improving in many places Cohesion. Areas such as neighborhood help flourish. The willingness to help will continue after the crisis. Personal contacts will be more important than ever. Gatherings among friends or in the family in the future, more appreciation. Marco Latzer, Helena Schmid