Cosmonaut Ivan Wagner gave advice on isolation

to Cope with the inconveniences of living in isolation in a pandemic coronavirus earthlings to help your favorite things, the Russian cosmonaut Ivan Wagner.

“the Main advice is to find the work that you really like and try to do it, — said the astronaut during the broadcast from the ISS. The words of Wagner cites RIA Novosti.

According to him, if you do something fun, time will fly faster, and the insulation is to place much easier.

By the way, Wagner recalled army saying: “What would a soldier do, just tired.”

He admitted that in space, things are about the same: the more interesting the work, the easier it is to carry the insulation.” However, acknowledged Wagner, the crew on the ISS in this respect easier than people remaining on Earth because they were not prepared for life in such conditions.

Ivan Wagner and Russians Anatoly Ivanishin and American Christopher Cassidy are on the ISS since April. They arrived in orbit manned spacecraft “Soyuz MS-16”.