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Lockdown 3.0: Netizens Share Hilarious Memes As India Extends Lockdown By 2 Weeks

In order to keep themselves entertained while self-isolating at homes, the meme makers have been actively sharing comical posts for weeks on end.

Lockdown 3.0

With the surge in the COVID-19 cases that now stand at 37,336, the government on May 1 announced the extension of the lockdown for another two weeks. With that, the grounded internet users thought outside of the box and gave an amusing twist to the memes which they hashtagged as #Lockdown3. Sharing the hilarious virus and lockdown jokes on social media, that would easily crack anyone up, the netizens expressed their views about how they felt “stuck at home” during the pandemic.  

Coping with lockdown

In order to keep themselves entertained while self-isolating at homes, the meme makers have been actively sharing such comical posts for weeks on end to cope with the health crisis. People have also been connected with family, friends, and loved ones via social media and technology like Zoom and other online messaging apps. While many countries witnessed a dip in the rate of infection and the death toll as they prepared to ease restrictions for the people to resume businesses, people in the country have been hoping eagerly to return to normalcy in their everyday lives in weeks ahead.  

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