Taking inspiration from healthcare workers' pleas for the public to 'stay at home,' #stayathomechallenge sees Instagrammers showcasing all their most imaginative ways to pass the time while hanging out at home. For some reason, a lot of these challenges seem to involve people kicking around a roll of toilet paper like a Hackysack. Why? We're not sure but enjoy the laughs.
Echoing another crucial piece of advice to stop the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, the #safehands tag has people challenging their friends to demo the right way to wash hands. Heaps of celebs like Selena Gomez, Naomi Campbell and Maria Sharapova have gotten on board the challenge to remind their followers to maintain strict hygiene measures.
Although you might not be able to travel for a while, #ViewFromMyWindow lets you see the rest of the world from the comfort of your couch. Don't forget to return the favour and upload your own snap to share your part of the globe with everyone else, too.
For general COVID-19 coronavirus updates and some pretty entertaining running commentary while we all try to make sense of the government's latest rounds of advice, check out #CoronavirusAustralia on Twitter.
From the humorous to the more serious, Twitter users are using this hashtag to show off their survival plans whether that be sharing tips and funny memes about how they're passing the time indoors or plotting full-blown escapes to the wilderness until the epidemic is over.
Dreamt up by the World Health Organisation and Global Citizen, the #TogetherAtHome online concert series has had a slew of celebrity musicians jumping on board to broadcast free live concerts to fans to ease the stress of self-isolation. So far, Coldplay's Chris Martin and John Legend have taken up the call to arms and more celebs including Miley Cyrus, JoJo and Diplo are set to follow.
Another excellent hashtag if you're looking for some laughs, introducing the COVID-19 edition of #NetflixAndChill: #QuarantineAndChill. Gloria Gaynor has clearly just won this hashtag with her video of her washing her hands while belting out her '70s hit 'I Will Survive.'