- While the world is facing a dark moment, people began taking matters into their own hands
- They brought out their Christmas decorations in March in a bid to lighten the mood
- The #lightsforlife movement is since been gaining momentum on social media with lock-downers sharing snaps of their homes
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As Covid-19 spreads rapidly throughout the country, forcing schools, restaurants and businesses to close, people have begun taking matters into their own hands in a bid to lighten the mood.
As Covid-19 spreads rapidly throughout the country forcing schools, restaurants and businesses to close, people have begun taking matters into their own hands in a bid to lighten the mood.
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Users on social media have been documenting the decidedly cheerful trend that appears to be taking over at least a few streets across America.
Bringing out the Yuletide decorations in March might seem a little bizarre but the #lightsforlife movement is gaining momentum online with lock-downers sharing snaps of their homes.
"I say we all put our Christmas lights back up so families can drive around in their cars and enjoy the beauty of the night time twinkling lights all over again," wrote one Twitter user.
"We need a little light in this time," he added.
According to them, the sight of the lights in locked-down neighbourhoods offer a message of hope and inspiration to people feeling overwhelmed by the pandemic.
The lighting of homes throughout the country is not only to help stave off the anxiety of the pandemic, but it is also a measure to fight boredom.
Here are some of the photos.
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