Coronavirus has taken a catastrophic turn in the last couple of days. Whether it is the official lockdown in Italy, Japan, and China or the imposition of a national emergency in America, every part of the world has experienced its lethal effects.
The only way to minimize the damage is to practice social distance. Every country is dealing with this pandemic in its own best capacity. Germany has made attempts to keep low maintenance. With a low mortality rate, it has managed to control the damage.
With the ambition to reduce the harmful effects, a German software engineer has designed a website with a catchy headline: Stay the Fuck Home.
Staythefuckhome.com is a website that contains 12 essential keys needed to practice self-quarantine. It promotes and highlights actions that prevent the spreading of this virus. For example, don’t shake hands, don’t attend public gatherings, avoid public transport, etc.
Interestingly, this hash tag is the talk of the day as people are sharing it consistently on their social media accounts. In fact, the #StayTheFHome was trending on Twitter the entire Sunday afternoon.
This is a great initiative as it provides people with information related to the coronavirus that is accurate and verified. It not only discusses news related to this pandemic, but it also provides ways through which people can stop it from spreading.
Florian Reifschneider – the founder of this site, is calling out people on Twitter to help him translate StayTheFuckHome.com into more languages so that people from other countries could understand and benefit from it, too. As of now, the website can be translated into twelve languages. It also has a safe-for-work mode option that changes the word “Fucks” to “Fs”.
Hopefully, Americans would take his advice and stay the fuck home.