Trending Social Media Challenges during Lockdown is what’s keeping us occupied
In the past few weeks, social media has been overrun with viral challenges. During these quarantine days, social media challenges have always kept us occupied and entertained. These challenges have brought a whole new outlook of our life at home and also a way to let go of our boredom.
Let’s have a look at these viral quarantine challenges that are blowing up social media
Bored In the House? Join the #TikTok
If anyone’s profiting off the coronavirus, it’s got to be TikTok. It’s very easy to spend hours on TikTok scrolling through short dances videos, funny skits and silly lip-syncs. This year TikTok surpassed WhatsApp and Facebook as the world’s most downloaded app.
- Celebrities are taking a lot of fitness, yoga and exercise challenges on Tiktok.
- Famous Dancers shared their exercise routine, asking their followers to stay home and stay safe.
- Actresses revealed the way they have been spending time at home during the lockdown.
- Users are sharing recipes of their favourite foods: chocolate, bread, fried food and many more.
Instagram users are turning pillows into couture dresses with a new and unique ‘Quarantine Challenge’. It’s very simple, just add a big pillow to your body and strap on a wide belt. #pillowchallenge and #Quarantinepillowchallenge have combined more than 100,000 tags on Instagram.
Dalgona coffee, which earned its name from South Korea, is a new social media occurrence. The latest viral trend during quarantine, Dalgona Coffee’s recipe video on Youtube has almost 4 million views. People are sharing pictures of this delicious looking coffee and made it the latest hot trend to try it out.
WHO launched the #SafeHands challenge to promote the power of cleanliness to fight coronavirus. On the other side, celebrities have been taking the safe hands challenge on the social platforms, showing the right away to sanitize hands. It is keeping the world enlightened with the happenings and spreading the information about the precautions.
On social media, people are trying to occupy themselves and cheer others in ways they never did before. With these challenges people virtually connect with their friends and family, where everyone is trying creative ways to keep themselves occupied and stay entertained. But all are striving for spreading positiveness in these trying times.
Coronavirus quarantine has us all feeling like childhood again.