The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the deadly coronavirus a global pandemic earlier this month.
The ones who stick to the rules.
Most people staying home aren't doing so out of fear; they're trying to avoid becoming coronavirus vectors that could sicken and kill vulnerable others. Going out to bars and restaurants isn't "brave," it's selfish, the moral equivalent of deliberately coughing in someone's face— David Futrelle (@DavidFutrelle) March 15, 2020
The ones who are panicking.
maybe if we stop talking about coronavirus it will just go away? and also my impending panic attack will too?? pic.twitter.com/ZW03h02szw— Mallory Sanders (@mallorycsanders) March 16, 2020
The ones who don’t care.
The ones who still have a sense of humor.
my last white blood cell challenging corona to a dance battle for the fate for my bodypic.twitter.com/gdIpoKQoZB— aaron (@aaronneedshelp) March 16, 2020
The ones who are taking up a new hobby.
I tell ya, if coronavirus has done anything, it’s given me a new hobby. MUM LOOK, IM AN ARTIST. (2 day in my discovery of the arts.) 🎨 👨🏻🎨 pic.twitter.com/Ucw19Ctd3O— 블레어 (@TalkativeBlair) March 13, 2020
The ones who are working from home.
The ones who are not.
Me around the office all day tryna get sent home pic.twitter.com/C5fKx2oOKT— Rawan Khalifa (@Rawan_Khalifa) March 15, 2020
The ones who are introverts.
The ones who are buying in bulk.
Police in #Australia charge two women involved in a violent brawl over toilet rolls as major grocers in the country restrict supplies to one pack per person amid panic buying by residents over the #coronavirus.https://t.co/syqib329Sn pic.twitter.com/hPQjh6m5J1— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) March 8, 2020
The ones who are sick of the coronavirus WhatsApp messages.
Todays WhatsApp family group pictures brought to you by corona pic.twitter.com/UkS4LJbmz2— Sara (@Saraantakii) March 13, 2020
The ones who are clueless.
is quarantine not those little oranges?— cark?? (@carkgirl) March 17, 2020
The ones learning to bond with their families.
My family in Quarantine together realising we have nothing in common pic.twitter.com/lOS2HCs3Yy— Corono she better don’t (@Spilling_The_T) March 16, 2020