Social distancing is becoming a very real way of life across Florida and the country as we try to “Flatten the Curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic. People all over the world are working, learning and meeting from home today and for the foreseeable future. #QuarantineLife is currently trending on Twitter, so we wanted to bring you some of the best social posts we’re seeing today. Take a break and enjoy. We’re going to get through this, together.
For all of those with *special guests* appearing in your Zoom meetings…
Little bro is working from home and wanted his cat to look more “professional” when he appeared in the webcam during team (video) meetings so he bought him a set of ties. #QuarantineCats pic.twitter.com/WvgOD9FYUJ
— Munya (@WanderinVoyager) March 16, 2020
Day 1 of homeschooling with kids…
— BET Music (@BETMusic) March 16, 2020
Missing the gym? Don’t worry, you’re covered.
— Firas Maksad (@FirasMaksad) March 16, 2020
The bright side of a pandemic?
— citizen janey (@citizenjaney) March 16, 2020
#QuarantineCats is trending, because if anyone knows about social distancing…
— Simon (@lovesimoncat) March 16, 2020
When you start breaking into the quarantine snacks early…
— Nancy Heinjus (@HeinjusNancy) March 16, 2020
Titanic… but do it quarantine style.
Sights rarely scene…
— Daryl Dust (@DarylDust) March 16, 2020
We must all come together by not coming together. #QuarantineLife
— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) March 16, 2020
Neighborhood racquetball anyone?
— World Updates (@Rntk____) March 16, 2020
In case you wanted Gordon Ramsey to tell you how to wash your hands, rather than just listening to your mom or the CDC.
One of the most important things during the #coronavirus pandemic is to wash your hands ! Here’s how I do it and remember to keep washing and stay safe out there….Please always follow the advice of your nation’s health authorities during these times. Thinking of everyone Gx pic.twitter.com/YMW7oCkGix
— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) March 16, 2020
And, of course, if you’re looking to make yourself useful…
The #SelfIsolationHelp hashtag is excellent but it’s a bit hard to find helpers near you.
I’ve created this map where you can mark yourself as available to help.
If you think it’s useful, please share/RT – it only works if people use it.https://t.co/GK1CoUHHkb
— Johnathan Randall (@MrJRan) March 14, 2020