Hundreds of millions of people are currently in lockdown to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Civilians are even facing fines if they are spotted out in the open too much. So what can you do if you're really craving that essential self-isolation snack?
One man in Mexico has come up with the most ingenious solution to help deal with his quarantine cravings.
Keep scrolling to find out how...
Mexico is just one of many countries facing the devastating effects of coronavirus.
via: Getty ImagesIt has 387 recorded cases that have resulted in the shutdown of large gatherings of people, forcing them into self-isolation.
The bad news just keeps rolling in...
#CoronavirusMexico: In Mexico City, mayor Claudia Sheinbaum announced that bars, clubs, museums, saunas, gyms, movi… https://t.co/XqJufTZTI6— Opinión El Universal (@Opinión El Universal)1584995107.0
Even with all these new measures put in place...
via: GettyIt doesn't seem to be slowing down the spread of the virus.
A lot of people have now died globally.
via: Getty19,630 to be precise. A further 436,024 people have also been tested positive for the virus and are currently infected.
Because of the rapid spread of the virus...
Shout out to the health care organizations being careful here in WA, with docs visiting patients first in their veh… https://t.co/HakTioDy7s— Trent Dale (@Trent Dale)1585100129.0
What exactly does it mean to be in a "lockdown?"
via: GettyWhen a government declares a nation-wide lockdown, it requires civilians to remain in their homes at all times and they can only leave to either shop for essentials, do 1 hour of exercise, or to travel to work if they absolutely cannot from home.
Even though the thought of staying at home and relaxing for the foreseeable future isn't all that bad...
Quarantine life #CoronavirusLockdown https://t.co/sbBNIbmcdU— Shvan 𓃭 (@Shvan 𓃭)1585077559.0
Many countries are now in lockdown...
via: GettyIncluding China, Italy, Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, parts of the United States, and many more.
So many people have been left without jobs...
via: GettyAnd the prospect of sitting indoors with no company and nothing much to do is extremely hard for many.
Many are missing the things that they once took for granted...
Coronavirus Lockdown Day 1 - Cambridge 3pm Tuesday 24th March 2020 https://t.co/7OZ8f9ZJeu— A Cambridge Diary (@A Cambridge Diary)1585079007.0
And the worst thing is...
via: GettyGovernments around the world have given permission for authorities to fine people and use legal action against those who don't stick to these lockdown conditions.
Times are unbelievably difficult...
via: GettyAnd some people simply cannot stay cooped up in their homes for days on end.
Especially when you're craving that one special snack.Nothing can quite quell the satisfaction of walking to the store specifically for that big bag of Cheetos.
One man just couldn't wait for all this to be over.
buying Cheetos has never felt more dangerous— Nathan Marona (@Nathan Marona)1585020716.0
One man in Mexico devised an ingenious plan to get what he so desperately needed.
Get in loser, we’re buying cheetos #QuarentineLife @beaglefacts https://t.co/lcmhi2Gbre— Antonio⚡Bronca (@Antonio⚡Bronca)1584643198.0
Antonio Munoz was on his 3rd day of quarantine.
via: FacebookWhen a sudden urge for the cheesy snack came over him. Instead of calling the store to see if they would so kindly deliver the packet to him, he decided to enlist the help of his K9 friend.
He attached a note to the chihuahua.
via: FacebookIt read: "Hello Mr. Shopkeeper. Please sell my dog some Cheetos, the orange kind, not the red ones, they're too hot. She has $20 attached to her collar."
The note continued...
via: Facebook"WARNING: She will bite if not treated right. Your front neighbor."
This situation could have gone very wrong.
via: FacebookFor those of you that have seen any dog show, you know what I'm talking about. Someone could have taken the money or the pooch! But the hardy little pup delivered the Cheetos right back to Munoz without any problems.