Twitter users get creative during self-isolation amid coronavirus outbreak

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Staying at home has been recommended as a way to curb the growing number of coronavirus diagnoses as the outbreak continues to spread around the world.

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However, self-isolation has managed to make some people a bit stir-crazy. Luckily, there’s social media to document all the beautiful, silly, and sometimes strange ways people are managing throughout the quarantine, while also having some fun.

For instance, a whole building came together to embrace music in Turkey.

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Meanwhile, others were still determined to get in their workouts despite the closure of their gyms — but they had to get a little creative.

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One person found a way to experiment with physics. Specifically, he found out how many rubber bands it takes to make a watermelon explode.

Meanwhile, another brought a classic video game to life.

One pet mom decided to try her hand at cutting hair — much to Twitter's amusement, but probably not her pup's.

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Keeping it together, one happy drinker managed to safely celebrate with a group of “friends.”

Regardless of how they're managing to cope, many on Twitter seem to be embracing the #QuarantineLife, which is encouraged by the CDC for those experiencing symptoms and also to help flatten the curve.