Chopra, 38, told People that due to preexisting health conditions, she and Jonas, 27, have had to take extra precautions when it comes to socializing.
"I'm asthmatic and my husband's type 1 diabetic, so we have to be even more careful," the former Miss World told the magazine.
She added: "But there have been a lot of Zoom calls and Zoom brunches. We have a really large friends and family group, and I've had a lot of birthdays in my family that have happened recently, so we've done a few socially distanced lunches.
"If you have the ability to have a human connection with friends, family, whether that's virtually or whether that's in a socially distant way, I think that's really important to feel a sense of normalcy," Chopra said.
The Bollywood star also has been able to focus more on her personal projects as an actress and a producer.
"As a creative person, for me, a lot of projects ended up happening during this quarantine. I've been developing shows and movies, writing, and I finished my memoir,” she revealed. “It's been a creatively sound time, besides being absolutely strange."
Chopra hasn’t been on set since the coronavirus pandemic but hopes to return soon.
“The rumblings are that a couple of projects should go on set by the end of the year, if not by mid-fall, maybe September or October, but the world is so uncertain," she said.
Chopra added: “I am prepared to go back to work. I know I'll have to make sure that I'm extremely disciplined, super careful for myself and for everyone else, and take the quarantining and testing measures seriously.
"It's a new normal, and it's not going to turn back into being what it was anytime soon. So we just have to come to terms with that reality,” the actress said.