• #stayathome is trending with people are home sharing dance videos. (Supplied)Source: 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.
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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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