Multiple videos have emerged on social media of wild animals roaming through normally crowded urban settings, the latest is from Kerala.
As older generations and 90s kids were taken down memory lane, others couldn’t stop making requests for other popular Doordarshan shows, many shared memes and jokes to how the announcement would affect newage streaming services in India.
The doctor from Saudi Arabia, was later identified as Nasser Ali Al Shahrani, and said the video was aimed at raising public awareness about the highly infectious disease, and the grim reality of healthcare professionals.
Many commented that they would like to train their dogs to be as good as Pancho the chihuahua in the video. Others shared videos of their dogs doing yoga.
A restaurant in Vietnam recently came up with an unusually appetizing idea for a burger that looks like the coronavirus. Not to alarm people but to spread smile among masses.
Robert Kelly and his wife Jung-a Kim were talking about how they are dealing with quarantine when their kids started getting restless on-air.
“Oh no, I ain’t messing with you,” the reporter is heard saying as he walks out of the frame. He keeps repeating the phrase as he shoves the camera in the trunk of his car.
While Cambridge-based comedian Dana Jay Bein rehashed Bohemian Rhapsody — a Queen classic, another posted a video of herself singing Gloria Gaynor’s famous song “I Will Survive”.
As the country enters the second day of the three-week lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, police authorities are relying on social media platforms to keep the citizens updated on guidelines and precautionary measures.
“My quarantine birthday surprise for @jsn.s!” Chung wrote while posting the TikTok video, which has now gone viral on several social media platforms.
Larz, who goes by the name @gayshawnmendes on Twitter, had earlier posted a video of himself licking a toilet bowl imitating popular TikTok user and model Ava Louise.
In adherence to PM Modi’s suggestion, people across states were seen implementing social distancing while queuing up at stores to purchase essential goods and the pictures have gone viral on social media.
Following his release, Abdullah had tweeted if anyone wanted “tips on surviving quarantine or a lockdown” as he had “months of experience” at his disposal.
Due to restrictions on travel, the groom from Ghaziabad was unable to travel to Patna for the wedding. Instead the couple sat in front of computer screens in their homes respectively while a priest solemnised the wedding in the presence of family members.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a complete lockdown across the country for 21 days to prevent the spread of coronavirus, which has affected over 500 people in India.
In his second address to the nation in a week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a complete lockdown to combat Covid-19. While netizens are finding creative ways to deal with the forced isolation, some took to Twitter to share memes and jokes.
As in many places, police check-posts have been set up to ensure people stay indoors and practice social distancing, the video by Superintendent of Police from Haryana is breaking the internet.
People have been documenting their life at home on TikTok and sharing the ‘realities of work from home’, but people are also sharing things the unusual things they’ve learned while being cooped up at home.
While health advisories say that people should wash their hands properly and disinfect surfaces inside a house to prevent the spread of the virus, many videos show that people can take this advice to extremes.
The Italian priest who was live broadcasting a mass was seen with the filters of a futuristic helmet, a fedora and even sunglasses at one point.