Coronavirus Funny Quarantine Memes
In the wake of the Coronavirus, governments in different countries of the world locked down and ordered the people to stay in their homes for two weeks. Citizens experiencing lockdowns were affected, which caused them to become homesick within a few days as they had no other time to spend.
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Citizens living in Quarantine shared some interesting videos on the social networking site twitter and reported that they were spending their boredom like this.
Quarantine day 6. pic.twitter.com/er652Oy3Ki
— jamie (@gnuman1979) March 16, 2020
In this regard, Twitter is running the #QuarantineGames hashtag, using which quarantine citizens are sharing their own exciting videos aimed at encouraging and entertaining others.
I’ve invented a game of “cat cricket”.
🏏My cat has to defend the box from my ping pong ball.
🏏If the ball hits the cardboard, that’s a point to me. 🤷🏻♂️
🏏If she bats it away that’s a point to her. 😺
First to ten wins. 🙌🏼
Just look at that leg glance… 🏏 #Caturday pic.twitter.com/FBAUGYbND2
— Chris Lee 👨🏻💻🇪🇺 (@CMRLee) March 14, 2020
Earlier, videos of Italian citizens went viral, standing together in the balcony to encourage each other and remove their boredom, singing national songs together, thus encouraging them to fight the virus and end their fears.
Update: Not all sports are cancelled pic.twitter.com/VHmxFinflV
— Marty O (@martoo14) March 14, 2020
The first case of the Coronavirus was reported in Wuhan, China, in December. After the deadly virus triggered the devastation and it has reached more than 150 countries worldwide today.
Sports cancellations and social distancing mean getting creative. 🎾
🎥: @atptour/@GsaLegrand pic.twitter.com/ZblPtDRjO9
— TSN (@TSN_Sports) March 16, 2020
The death toll from the Coronavirus has so far reached 7,499 worldwide. While new cases have been reported, and the number of patients has increased. In all, there were 1 888 298 cases of Corona reported worldwide, of which 80 thousand 848 are now fully recovered.
Surely a candidate for a new Sport in the inaugural Self-Isolation Olympics that we surely have to get going some point soon? pic.twitter.com/b0Hv5vEuGw
— 𝕄𝕚𝕔𝕙𝕒𝕖𝕝 𝕎𝕒𝕣𝕓𝕦𝕣𝕥𝕠𝕟 🔰 (@mikewarburton) March 15, 2020
#MyPandemicSurvivalPlan to sleep for a couple of years pic.twitter.com/sCPMxYEmwi
— Ana (@Ana65688953) March 17, 2020
See how long it takes before my honey and I are at each other throats. pic.twitter.com/EEkZuGLvqA
— Karen (@bubbasbestbabe) March 17, 2020