[ work in progress ]
Officially our lockdown started on March, 22nd. The essential services continued to work, food demand picked insanely, as people panicked about what was yet to come. This essay about life during strict quarantine in a small chicken farm that sells free-range eggs in a small countryside city at the rural zone in Sao Paulo. Where the internet facilities are almost non-existent, and with the high demand of internet users just made it barely possible to receive the orders, where the difficulties of have less staff and more work to do, in the farmer and at the house while the demand for the eggs went up high more than the chickens could keep up to.
Where the struggles and tiredness were way more challenging than social isolation.