Learning to cope with coronavirus

Meanwhile, people around the world are learning to cope with coronavirus... from a distance.

Wondering what you can do in Quarantine?

In Italy at the moment, life is different to say the least. The country has been consumed with coronavirus and has the second largest number of cases and deaths behind China. The only establishments left open are supermarkets and pharmacies so that the necessities are still available for purchase. But other than that, the country is on lock down in order to prevent the virus from continuing to spread. With everything closed, one might be wondering how people are passing their time.

The new dancefloor is your balcony

In the midst of quarantine, people are trying to stay positive and have turned to dancing on their balconies to pass the time. One Italian DJ explains, “A little half an hour of music and then we’ll go to bed. Here the balconies will be our audience.” People are gathering on their balconies around Italy to listen to music and dance all together. “We're keeping each other company this Saturday, it's the first Saturday of the quarantine. Let's move our bodies, and clap our hands.”, one DJ announced to his audience.

Singing and dancing in South Africa

In South Africa, they are also dancing to pass the time, but their dancing is accompanied by singing. They are not just singing any song either. They are singing about tips and techniques to stay healthy and spread positivity during such an uncertain time. One choir in particular reminds people to “wash your hands”, “don’t touch your face”, and “don’t spread rumors”.

Meanwhile in Spain

Healthcare workers take a moment to thank the public for all the support they have received in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Some medical professionals in particular shared a video of themselves holding up signs that read, “Applauding us from your windows has been very moving. Now, we are all together and we will give our ALL. Will you help us? STAY AT HOME. THANKS.”


03/17/2020 4:22 PM


  • Nikita J.
    03/24/2020 06:07

    Too cool

  • Kashyap N.
    03/22/2020 20:02

    God bless all

  • Abinash G.
    03/21/2020 18:32

    Literacy at peak.👍

  • Çøz É.
    03/21/2020 07:54


  • Pragna G.
    03/20/2020 12:17

    Dinesh Singh Rajput Try this.

  • Ed R.
    03/20/2020 11:31

    Ass hole people pliz take it seriously this is no joke people like you spread more virus 🐷🐷🐷🐷

  • Aman C.
    03/20/2020 04:38

    And then there's us, singing National anthem, Gaytri Mantra and Hum honge kamyab 🤦🤦

  • Markos Román
    03/20/2020 01:49


  • Kessng O.
    03/19/2020 13:49

    Perhaps it's for the first time people look out for people through the balcony..verandah etc..

  • Vikas J.
    03/19/2020 09:49

    This is amazing!

  • Raghav V.
    03/19/2020 07:41

    wouldn't this be nuisance to patients who want to rest?? blowing speakers to stay together a society doesnt seem to make sense

  • Srimoyee B.
    03/19/2020 06:38

    tell me this isn’t PWO😂

  • Brut India
    03/19/2020 06:13

    Gurugram residents take a leaf out of Italians' books, sing Gayatri Mantra from their balconies:

  • Sabina Y.
    03/19/2020 05:16

    This is what makes humans a social being..,LOVE HUMANITY

  • Binit S.
    03/19/2020 01:39

    Cute effort.

  • Maheen S.
    03/18/2020 18:33


  • Sandhya D.
    03/18/2020 18:01

    Music keeps us happy in this trying and difficult times!❤❤

  • Sonika S.
    03/18/2020 17:57

    look at this

  • Adarsh S.
    03/18/2020 17:55

    LGBTQ ke flag Ka kya chodh hai?

  • Jayati G.
    03/18/2020 12:28

    this is crazy! My love for Italy increases every day 🥰