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What to do during the quarantine? (Rodrigo)

Hello! I stay at home. What I do is to work with my computer. I do different kind of works. Take a look! (He types and moves the mouse while looking closely the different sections of the screen). Great, good bye! And you? What do you do to enjoy better the quarantine?...
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THE QUEEN WITH THE DEAFBLIND PEOPLE

In a videoconference with her Majesty Queen Letizia, the president of FASOCIDE, Francisco Trigueros, had the opportunity of presenting the difficult situation that our collective is currently suffering due to the Covid19, because we need the sense of touch to access the world. Francisco explained her the measures and actions that FASOCIDE and its associations are taking, that we keep...
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What can you do during the quarantine? (Josu)

Hi! I was wondering myself: What can I do at home during the quarantine? I had an idea: to play chess. Take a look, this is my chessboard. (He shows to the camera his accessible chessboard). A friend of mine and I play chess by using our mobile phones. I send him my move and after that he sends me...
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What can you do during the quarantine? (Frank)

Hello to all the Spanish Deafblind people. I would like to keep sharing some information with you all.  On this occasion, I really hope that you all are fine, even if you are with your relatives or living by your own. Days go by and this period is becoming long, maybe we find ourselves tired, sick or bored, or even...
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New travel and mobility restrictions due to the alert state.

The president of the government, Pedro Sánchez, updated that tomorrow he will approve the new exceptional measure which all the non-core activities workers must stay at home from 30rd March until the 9th April, following the directions of the Technical Committee. That means all the non-core workers must not go to their workplaces. Workers will keep their salaries during this...
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