The spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus has spread to many countries. This condition certainly has an impact on life.
Not just about the health crisis, but economic activity has also been hampered. In fact, until now many companies have had to Terminate Employment (FLE), given the drastic reduced income.
As a result, many people spin their brains to survive to survive.
As reported by hitlava.com from worldofbuzz.com on Saturday (2/5/2020), a jet pilot must switch professions to become a online motorcycle taxi.
In the Asian region, especially Indonesia, this work is commonly called "Driver Ojek Online".
Kritee works around the city to deliver food or documents to customers and deliver passengers to their destinations.
This work was done because flights to various countries had to be closed temporarily because the coronavirus pandemic was sweeping the world.
More than 200 employees in Bangkok who work at airlines take another route to work as an online motorcycle taxi.
One of them, Kritee Youngfuengmont who had worked as a jet pilot on a commercial plane in Bangkok, Thailand, and then switched professions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
He also explained that he was currently facing difficulties.
This makes him have to choose from the two options, namely to keep fighting to get out of the problem or choose to give up on the situation.
"Life is unexpected and anything can happen at any time. You can enjoy the good times in life and in the blink of an eye, everything may just disappear," he said.
Kritee can inspire many people that life is unpredictable according to one's will.
Nor can the people of this world predict that by 2020 the whole world will be faced with a pandemic coronavirus epidemic 19 which was first discovered in Wuhan, China.
The income from the courier service he provided was able to cover his expenses for a while.
The government's call for physical distancing and staying home to prevent the coronavirus also provides an opportunity for the Critee to earn income.
Of course, the coronavirus outbreak must not make a person despair.