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3 changes to expect when partying after Covid-19 restrictions are removed

Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on the world economy. The virus has shown mankind that at times we aren’t the masters of our destiny and that a disease can completely change how people deal with each other.

The COVID-19 pandemic is considered as the most crucial global health calamity of the century and the greatest challenge that the humankind faced since the 2nd World War.

In December 2019, a new infectious respiratory disease emerged in Wuhan, Hubei province, China and was named by the World Health Organization as COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019).

Since then, things have changed in life and the world has been living in a sort of siege mentality. But with Covid-19 becoming a part of life, it seems that in the next few months countries will open up their borders and ease restrictions.

Kenya is already tentatively thinking about opening schools and this portends great things for an entertainment scene that has been shut down during the period.

The clubs will be opened but what you will see will most likely be different from what you remember. Some of the things you might see are;

1. YOLO

This old phrase meaning, “You only live once” will come back in full force as people who have been shut down in their homes during this period will come out to do what they haven’t been able to do so for a while.

So expect car accidents( I really dislike predicting this) and dumb decisions from many partygoers with their go-to statement being YOLO.

2. Slay queens is clubs demanding that men pay up-front for their company

Life has been tough for most slays during this Covid-19 period. They have seen that the phrase, “He will never leave his wife for you.” And with Covid-19 have come some hard facts, there is no time for games with the men they are dealing with.

These slay queens will now be up-front separating the wheat from the chaff and demand the “cheddar” before they deal with any man.

3. Clubs that you frequented will be no more

Many entertainment hubs you frequented in the past will have closed due to the restrictions that Covid-19 placed on all clubs. So expect to start looking for new hang-out scenes.

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