The world is in a state of complete lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak. Colleges, gyms, nightclubs, and offices are shut across the globe and people have been advised to stay indoors to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. In tough times like these, it's important that we practice social distancing as methods to minimise interaction with people. While it's a scary situation out there--filled with panic and fear, people in quarantine are trying their best to cope up with the lockdown anxiety.
Videos of people spreading smiles, conquering fear with joy, have taken over the Internet and they do offer some amount of hope to the terrified kid within all of us.
People in Italy have singing together, standing in their balconies and are brightening up the lockdown. They are calling for a "musical flashmob" and their message has been circulated all across social media. A woman started it by singing Italy's alternative national anthem, the partisan resistance song Bella Ciao. Take a look!
My neighbours in Rome singing Bella Ciao ❤️🤍💚 pic.twitter.com/gu1NqNjlHQ— Jessica Phelan (@JessicaLPhelan) March 13, 2020
A woman from Greece named Katerina Korosidou was seen dancing to Madhuri Dixit's popular song, 'Ek Do Teen' to fight coronavirus anxiety. Her friend shared the video and captioned it, "While the world is in stress because of coronavirus, my colleague Katerina Korosidou is enjoying dancing at work to get away from Corona stress. Katerina is from Greece and a huge fan of famous Indian actress Madhuri Dixit". Take a look at the joyful video.
While the world is in stress because of #coronavirus, my colleague Katerina Korosidou is enjoying dancing at work to get away from Corona stress.— Mr Belutsch🏳🕊 (@Mr_Belutsch) March 16, 2020
Katerina is from Greece and a huge fan of famous Indian actress Madhuri Dixit @MadhuriDixit.
Let's make Katerina famous 🙏. pic.twitter.com/egEjGGsv0p
Will Ripley, a CNN correspondent who was one of the many to have started the #JoyFightsFear Twitter thread shared a video of himself dancing to Muqabla from Street Dancer 3D.
We’re all impacted by coronavirus. Fear. Anxiety. Paranoia. It’s everywhere. I’m fighting these toxic feelings by doing at least one thing everyday that brings me joy. Today, it’s dancing in my room 😅(Bollywood style, thanks #Muqabla). What gives you joy? Show me! #JoyFightsFear pic.twitter.com/2Y8ARNGKKd— Will Ripley (@willripleyCNN) March 8, 2020
This video of a girl singing the 'corona'virus version of Camila Cabello's 2018 song Havana will surely sure to bring smile to your scared faces. In a bid to generate awareness, Rashmi Shaarvi, shared her song and captioned it, "There is no need to panic. Stay hydrated and keep yourself hygienic. If you feel any symptoms, go see a doctor immediately."
"Corona..ooh..na na. All of my mind is in corona..ooh..na na. It came all the way from China na na. Everyone is freaking out corona. There is something about this virus corona na na," can't get over this tune.
A lighter take on Corona2019. 🤓— Rashmi_Shaarvi (@RShaarvi) March 14, 2020
There is no need to panic. Stay hydrated and keep yourself hygienic. If you feel any symptoms go see a doctor immediately. Lets hope to beat this spineless intruder soon. Hope the affected people recover soon 🙏🏻 #corona #Prayers #rashmishaarvi pic.twitter.com/2SqzbK6fcB
Calming, right? It's so good to see the world deriving positives out of the pandemic. After all, we are in this together.
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