The Corona zigzag

The Corona zigzag

A Story by Haim Kadman

An imaginative short story.


The Corona zigzag

(Sunday October the 4th 2020)

When Lior Bosni opened his apartment’s front door and turned to the living room, he met the curious stare of his surprised wife.

You’re rather early my dear, what happened?’

What we always feared that will happen, they closed us down and I don’t have to tell you who...’

That’s so unlucky from your and your coworkes’ point of view, because things are going to change quite drastically in just a few days.’

What are you talking about Shiri dear people are finding funny excuses to disobey to those cruel emergency regulations. We saw both of us what happened at the Tel Aviv demonstrations last night...’

Well yes you’re right my dear, but a few seconds before you retuned home, I’ve heard a health department representative declaring that the level of sickness has been lowered, from the height of almost ten thousand a day to two thousand three hundred...’

I see, he simply panicked by what happened in Tel Aviv last night, and he fears a violent rebellion, which will end up his career; because too many among us know already that the steep rise of the level of sickness was his doing, and of the ministry of health under his direct orders.

@ Haim Kadman Oct. the 4th 2020 �" all rights reserved.

© 2020 Haim Kadman

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Hi Hain Kadman
You chose a great subject, very appropriate for the present time. I was looking for more of your story.

Posted 3 Years Ago

Hi Haim Kadman
I'd like to know what Lior Bosni will do next, since he is out of work. You have the beginning of an interesting story.

Posted 3 Years Ago

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Added on October 4, 2020
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