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.
Videos of different animals washing their hands or front paws are going viral, as people share them to encourage others to wash their hands as often as possible.
Asking people not to worry or feel embarrassed about having kids and pets feature in the background, the executive wrote, “calls are boring and they need background music like your kids screaming or your dog barking. These are sounds of life …”
As newly engaged Carly Boyd was not allowed to meet her grandfather at a nursing home because of the restrictions due to coronavirus, she shared the news with him through his room window.
To celebrate the news, buildings in the city were lit up with slogans for the medical staff who were on the frontlines in the battle against coronavirus and worked round the clock since the breakout.
Since being shared online, the 1.32-minute clip has garnered over one lakh views with the post being flooded with people complimenting Shahzad for the effort.
In the two pictures shared by Jenny, DeLoach can be seen holding a mic while performing in front of the Tennessee-based retirement centre as residents stood at their balconies and windows to watch.
Inspired by professional footballers, fans around the globe have taken the unique challenge, and it seems to be a hit among all.
“Even the dolphins are back at the shore in some parts of Italy because ferries and other boats no longer disturb them,” tweeted a user while sharing a clip of the aquatic mammal.
Sharing the video online, Murcia Police wrote on Twitter, “During state of alarm, walking of pets is allowed if accompanied by one person, always short walks so they can relieve themselves. Having a Tyrannosaurus rex is not covered. #stayathome.”
Since being shared online, the video has garnered over 85,000 views and retweeted by many, including the actor herself. “Loved this video. Let’s make the most of this time, stay safe and stay home!” tweeted Madhuri while sharing the video.
The hilarious fight between the two brothers continued and Chris said that neither of them were their mother’s favorite child. The brothers also have three sisters.
Taking to social media, many people are sharing pictures and videos of their new “co-workers”, who may not be all that interested in work but clearly don’t mind taking over their owner’s laptops or steal an affectionate moment.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan urged people to stay at home and observe their own symptoms for days instead of rushing to a hospital if they suspect they have contracted the coronavirus.
The man became irritated after flight attendants allegedly refused to help his mother-in-law, who was “being elbowed” by two men.
The video features Brooks, 93, with his son Max, 47, and shows how and why they are practising social distancing.