Coronavirus outbreak: Quarantine stories go viral online

Many people are sharing their experience of dealing with being in lockdown.

    The main way that governments are trying to contain coronavirus is quarantining people.

    They hope that isolation can stop the spread.

    But as quarantined people wait, much of the content they are sharing online has gone viral.

    Al Jazeera's Leah Harding reports.


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