Quarantine gives people opportunity to develop good habits, Kazakh singer Rinat Maltsagov says
Coronavirus quarantine has been relaxed in Kazakhstan starting this week. Shopping and entertainment centers, beauty salons, cafes and restaurants reopened after a long break. This cannot but rejoice Kazakh residents, but the lockdown was also a necessary measure. Kazakh pop star Rinat Maltsagov shares this opinion. He believes that people will no longer be the same, at least because they have adopted new good habits. The singer admitted that he is already used to this lifestyle. However, he also believes that despite the fact that the epidemiological situation in the country has stabilized, the second COVID-19 wave is still possible. He hopes that everything will be over by the end of the year. The main thing now is not to let our guard down and follow all the sanitary rules.
“This quarantine can be described as useful to some extent. There has been a tremendous reassessment of values. Good habits have been developed. Everything happens for a reason. That means we deserved this quarantine. Our planet and humanity needed such a shake-up. I hope that by the end of the year the situation will improve, and we will be back to normal, but being different people already,” Maltsagov shared.