Tayla Porter from Basingstoke in Britain was surprised to receive thundering applause when she stepped out of her home to leave for the work.
The video quickly went viral and even spread to other social media platforms as well and people were very impressed by Sandy’s skills. Many people tried to recreate the feat with their own dogs and the videos are slowly taking over the virtual world.
Twitter user April Danz shared an inspiring story of how her friends and family organised a welcome party for her daughter who just returned home after her last leg of chemotherapy.
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.
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”.
“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.
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.
The unnamed pilot spelt out the message “Stay Home” with the flight path to remind people to stay at home.
Footage of the incident shows two police cars speeding down a deserted street with their sirens on even as people who are at home applaud from their houses. The officers then exit their vehicles and one of them starts singing while playing the guitar.
Under the trending hashtag #Covidiot, people are calling out those who are not adhering to the guidelines that are in place to tackle the pandemic outbreak.
Angered by people violating quarantine laws, angry Italian mayors and regional presidents are putting up videos and hitting the streets telling people to stay at home.
Chinese billionaire and Alibaba founder Jack Ma on twitter announced that he would be pledging a range of medical supplies including masks, protective suits and thermometers in the wake of coronavirus to a number of south and South East Asian countries excluding India.
Though China’s strict quarantine measures had never been tried on such an enormous scale in the modern world, it is after two months that the country’s measure appeared vindicated after China reported its first day with no domestic transmissions of the disease.
With Fifth Harmony’s ‘Work from Home ft. Ty Dolla $ign’ being one of the top choices for users to use in the background for their work-life videos, TikTok is filled with videos under hashtag #coronaeffect.
The video shows the bathroom, kitchen and the living room completely covered in paint, as her daughter- who is covered in paint head to toe, continues to crawl in the mess.