As the spread of the novel coronavirus increases, more and more people are finding ways to continue their daily activities while practising social distancing. In Seville, Spain, a town known for flamenco dancing, residents of an apartment complex are staying active from the comfort of their homes. And fitness instructor Gonzalo went to the rooftop of another building to lead a fitness class.In Seville, Spain, residents of an entire apartment complex couldn't leave their homes due to the quarantine.So a fitness instructor went up to a rooftop and held a workout class.Neighbors joined in from their windows and balconies.pic.twitter.com/Ez0iF7vwf3— Muhammad Lila (@MuhammadLila) March 15, 2020 Gonzalo uses a speaker to play music in the background as he instructs the "people" in his "class". Many people have responded to the video by praising what he has been doing and admiring the unity of citizens.This is fabulous! Give that guy a medal or something.— Now Resisting from Australia! (@lang51b) March 15, 2020This is beautiful. Made me cry. Lol we are stronger when we stand together as a country.— FREEDOM4allCOUNTRIES (@PeaceNowWorld) March 15, 2020I love that people always find a way to "come together" even when they literally can't be too near to each other.— Cortnie Abercrombie (@cortnie_cdo) March 15, 2020That's AWESOME! Yes, keeping active and healthy is definitely something we all need to think about during this... it might be easy to sit on your couch and eat doritos for a month, but that doesn't mean you SHOULD.— Rebecca is *drum roll*..... writing. (@rkfisherauthor) March 15, 2020I love this all the way into my soul! People are good. We can lift each other up and show the world what kindness looks like.— Christine Switzer (@SimplySwitzer) March 15, 2020 As Covid-19 continues to spread, it is advisable to stay at home and take care of yourself and those around you by regularly washing your hands and seeking help from a health professional if you suspect that you have symptoms consistent with coronavirus infection.