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"Resist the quarantine fringe": 23 memes to help get you through the coronavirus pandemic.

Humour is a much-needed commodity right now.

Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the world is in a bit of disarray. You’ve probably noticed.

We’ve been told to self-isolate and quarantine ourselves away from our colleagues, friends and local cafe and pub and it’s proving… difficult. If you’re feeling increasingly resentful of your roommate/s, partner, pet or the colour of your walls, it’s okay. We understand.

Mamamia founder, Mia Freedman, shares her thoughts on coronavirus. Post continues below.

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But the anxiety and turmoil has also united the people of the internet in the only way we know how: meme production. And although the current situation leaves much to be desired, boy does it feel good to laugh.

Without further ado, we present to you 23 memes to lighten the mood.

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Oh, me?

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My anxiety has anxiety. @mytherapistsays #financeiscool

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Featured image: Twitter @gayandnervous.

Read more on COVID-19

The Australian Government Department of Health advises that the only people who will be tested for COVID-19 are those with symptoms who have either returned from overseas in the past 14 days or been in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the past 14 days. 

If you are sick and believe you have symptoms of COVID-19, call your GP ahead of time to book an appointment. Or call the national Coronavirus Health Information Line for advice on 1800 020 080. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 000. 

To keep up to date with the latest information, please visit the Department of Health website.

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