Feeling good, but still need to stay inside? Here's what you can do.
1. Host a virtual dinner party
Sure, you might not be able to head out for a bite to eat and catch-up with friends, but you can all eat your own meals, in your own homes, and chat over dinner with the help of video chat.
Why don't you really make a night of it, and open that bottle of wine that you've been saving for a special occasion? Or have an indoor picnic?
2. Movie night
With the help of video chat and streaming services you can watch the same film (or TV series) with your friends from different locations.
Some of the new additions that have landed on Netflix this month include Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, The Hateful Eight and Moneyball, meanwhile RuPaul's Drag Race and Better Call Saul are streaming on Stan, and Disney+ has released Frozen 2 early to its service due to the coronavirus.
3. Form or join a book club
It may seem obvious to put a dent in that reading list of yours, but why not take it one step further? Get a group together to read the same book and discuss it over video chat. Or, join an online book club.
There are obviously the celebrity clubs such as Oprah's Book Club 2.0, but there are online groups for pretty much any topic, including subscription services that gives you access to yet to be released books, such as The Rumpus.
4. Take a virtual tour
Visit some of the world's top museums online. New York's Guggenheim Museum allows people to tour some of its collection via Google Street View. Meanwhile Google Arts & Culture gives you access to collections at MoMA, the Van Gogh Museum, and The Met - just to name a few. Other museums such as the British Museum have a specific web page for its collection.
5. Get physical
There are plenty of online exercise classes you can take to keep up your fitness. Some you need a subscription - such as 28 by Sam Wood and Noom - but for those who are just trying to fill in some time before being allowed to go back to your local gym there are plenty of free workout videos on YouTube and on SparkPeople. Why not use the time to try out something different like a beginners yoga 30-day challenge or a dance tutorial?
6. Learn something new
There are plenty of virtual classes that you can take to ensure your time at home is a productive one. Skillshare is a great place to start as it offers a wide range of classes including photography, creative writing, animation, music and web development. There is a subscription fee, but new members get two months free. Duolingo is also a good place to start for those wanting to pick up a new language. The free app offers more than 30 languages in bite-sized lessons.