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It took less than a month for COVID-19 to radically reshape our tastes and habits. Life was normal before suddenly, it wasn’t, and everything that made it good started to disappear.

The bars, restaurants and cafes are shut. You can’t have a party, or visit friends, without running the risk of exposing yourself and others to the virus. Live sport and music have been cancelled. Offices are a thing of the past. 

So what are we doing instead? And who’s profiting off our miserably isolated lives? Crikey has a look at some of the cultural phenomena and boredom suppressors keeping us busy.