With people retreating home in lieu of the fast-spreading COVID-19 pandemic and are coming out when necessary only after wearing a mask and with sanitizers, the animals too seem to have taken up the fashion or so a viral TikTok video suggests. Currently breaking the Internet, a TikTok video shows goats and a puppy wearing makeshift masks to keep themselves safe from the Coronavirus. Also Read - CM Yediyurappa Rules Out Imposing Lockdown in Karnataka Now, Calls All-party Meet on April 18

At least 298 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed so far in India and while people have taken to self-isolation or are working from home, a TikTok user seemed to give everyone a digital break with his hilarious content. Making his goats and puppy wear the masks, he then played a coronavirus special Hindi song in the backdrop as the animals pranced around. Grabbing over 746k views already, the comical video continues to break the monotony of the COVID-19 quarantine for most of us. We just hope, no animal was harmed while curating this video for fun. Also Read - Chhattisgarh: Bodies Piled up at Hospital, on Floor by Dumpsters as COVID-19 Surge Grips Raipur

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Of the total 271 cases reported, at least 196 are active cases of COVID-19 disease. 23 people have recovered from the disease while four people died. The figure also includes 32 foreign citizens. Maharashtra remained as worst hit state with total 63 cases and one casualty. After Maharashtra, Kerala has highest number of confirmed cases. The state has so far 28 cases.

In his address to the nation on Thursday night, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for ‘resolve and restraint’ to fight coronavirus and asked the entire country to observe ‘Janta curfew’ on Sunday. As announced by PM Modi in his address to the nation, March 22 would be observed as ‘Janata Curfew’ from 7 am to 9 pm, in an exercise seen as a ‘mock drill’ to prepare the country for a nationwide lockdown, which might be required in the future, should such a situation come up.