Aussies out and about in ridiculous outfits amid coronavirus panic

From Star Wars masks to medieval armour: Aussies try to lighten the mood as they go shopping and catch trains in ridiculous outfits amid coronavirus panic

  •  Australians dressed up as they went out and about amid the COVID-19 crisis 
  •  Shoppers donned masks and medieval costumes as they ran their errands 
  •  Commuters were also kitted out in full hazmat suits and Star Wars costumes
  •  The number of active cases of coronavirus in Australia have risen to 596 
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Australians have shown they can stay positive amid the coronavirus panic by running their errands in some outrageous costumes.

Commuters, shoppers and travellers have all been spotted dressing in ridiculous costumes as part of the effort to stop the spread of coronavirus. 

Some inventive Aussies were spotted in unique costumes while they conducted their food shopping.

Two people suited up in full medieval armour as they stocked up on groceries at a Coles.

Another man was spotted wearing a retro gas mask that covered his whole head while he did his shopping in Perth.

Australians have been spotted wearing ridiculous costumes as they run their errands amid the coronavirus panic. Pictured: Two people dressed as medieval knights in Coles  

One commuter in Perth was seen wearing a Star Wars mask at Elizabeth Quay station

Another Perth man was spotted doing his shopping in a gas mask that covered his head 

Other shoppers have gone to great lengths to protect themselves from coronavirus, with some donning bizarre makeshift hazmat suits and even putting plastic bags over their heads. 

A man was photographed in Chemist Warehouse in Randwick, inner Sydney, on Tuesday wearing a white plastic suit, safety glasses, a face mask and dish gloves.   

Australians who were catching various modes of transport also chose to dress up for the occasion.  

A family were spotted fully kitted out in hazmat suits, goggles and masks at an airport 

one man from New Zealand also chose to conduct his grocery shopping in a costume 

A Gold Coast man photographed a fellow passenger wearing in a large plastic bag on a flight home from Italy earlier this month

One man was spotted wearing a storm trooper helmet amongst commuters at Elizabeth Quay in Perth. 

CORONAVIRUS CASES IN AUSTRALIA: 636

New South Wales: 307

Victoria: 149

Queensland: 94

South Australia: 37

Western Australia: 35

Tasmania: 10

Northern Territory: 1 

Australian Capital Territory: 3

TOTAL CASES:  636

DEAD: 6

A whole family were seen fully kitted out in hazmat suits as they made their way through an airport. Both the parents and their child donned face masks and goggles alongside the protective suits. 

Earlier this month a Gold Coast man photographed a fellow passenger wearing in a large plastic bag on a flight home from Italy.  

The urge to dress up even managed to cross the Tasman Sea with New Zealanders also running their errands in crazy costumes.      

One man from Whangarei was spotted walking through a supermarket in a black garbage bag and a big helmet with a braid coming out the back. 

Globally the number of COVID-19 cases have reached 218,000 with over 8,000 people dead. 

A man was photographed in Randwick, inner Sydney, on Tuesday wearing a white plastic suit, safety glasses, a face mask and dish gloves

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