• #stayathome is trending with people are home sharing dance videos. (Supplied)
In the midst of the serious news alerts, the tag has also been used by people under quarantine to show off their home dance-a-thons.
By
SBS staff writers

23 Mar 2020 - 10:07 AM  UPDATED 23 Mar 2020 - 10:07 AM

Need a mood boost in these trying times?

Then google #stayathome. In the midst of the serious news alerts, the tag has also been used by people under quarantine to show off their home dance-a-thons.

Some people even got some makeshift orchestra arranged, and used the opportunity to do a musical homage to medical staff serving patients on the frontline.  

Bellydancing anyone?

Whenever cabin fever gets too much, why not try donning a pink tutu for a bit of dance in the kitchen? Don't mind if I do. 

Remember that house appliances and kitchen utensils can also do their part and be appropriated as dance props. 

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