Trends to do during Covid-19 Quarantine

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This is the best time for many people because they are able to try new things and resume all their past hobbies during this quarantine. Some read books while some start writing a book during this period. There are so many trending activities that you can do while quarantine. But before that, it is best for us to stay knowledgeable about Covid-19 virus and all the related terms.

What are the meaning of these terms?

World Health Organisation (WHO)

Started in the year 1948, WHO primary role is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations system. During this period, it is best to follow up all the news about this virus. Be careful of the fake news that spreads across social media. Check the website here: World Health Organisation


The virus has the form of a crown and crown means corona in Latin, thus the name. WHO declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020.


Previously known as 2019-nCoV. CoV was the family virus name, 19 was the short form for the year of discovery which is in 2019. Covid-19 is another name for Coronavirus. 


Rapid spread of disease to a large number of people within a community, population or region.


This is a global epidemic where the spread happens in many countries. WHO declared a pandemic on 11 March 2020. 


Separating the ill person from those who are healthy.

Social Distancing

This is a form of containment that has been strongly advised by WHO and governments around the world. Not only that, you need to avoid direct contact with people or objects in public places. This is to minimize exposure and reduce the Covid-19 transmission. However, WHO is moving away from this term and wants to refer to it as physical distancing.

How social distancing looks like around the world:

Sri Lanka

United Kingdom


Now you know more about this virus that is affecting many people around the globe. It is time for you to check all these trending activities that you need to do during quarantine!

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Dalgona Coffee

Those who love coffee, hate coffee or tea drinkers, you might want to try making this coffee. Dalgona coffee originated in South Korea and it means caramel in Korean. All you need is instant coffee, sugar and milk of your choice.

Video Call Party with Your Friends

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Many people celebrate their birthday in their own home during this season, so set a video call appointment with your friends and surprise the birthday friend! You can use applications such as:


Forget about instagram, snapchat or facebook. The new trending app is TikTok. You can start watching all the funny videos around the world, maybe start baking with the simple recipes that the TikTokers use just like in the video below. Or maybe you can even create your own TikTok video. 

You can start download the app here: TikTok

Wear pyjama all day

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This is the fashion trend during quarantine season. It is easy and all you gotta do is just wear your pyjamas all day, like when you were a baby. You do not have to worry about how you look because the only thing you go to is to the kitchen and living room. So, put on your most comfortable pyjamas all day,err day.

Research on your education

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Many students around the world take this time to research on their future education path to achieve their dream career. So, you can head down to our website and read all the articles about courses and universities in Australia, Malaysia and the United Kingdom. You are always welcome to contact us even during this Covid-19 quarantine.

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Stephanie Calamba
Part time ACCA student, part time content writer but full time child of God.

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