You’re welcome (from a distance): Here are 15 of the best Tweets during the COVID-19 crisis

Because laughter truly is the medicine we need right now. (Image source: Dan Crowd

By Viki Ntafillis | @viki_ntaf

It is no secret that the current global pandemic of COVID-19 has caused a great deal of stress all over the world.

In the 21st Century, however, where does one turn for solace in a social or emotional crisis?

Twitter, of course.

So, here are 15 of the best tweets about Coronavirus so far; because, in times as crazy as these, we could all do with a laugh or two.

Besides, if you’re not laughing, you’re most likely crying, and as uni students with assessment deadlines coming up and mid-year exams just around the corner, who has time for that?

  1. This tweet from Thoughts of Dog proves that he really is a good boy
  1. Or, in an interesting turn of events, that he’s not
  2. Netflix’s On My Block star Jason Genao feeling our pre-COVID regret
  3. Nice one, comrade
  4. When absolutely all the worst stars align
  5. This burn suffered by Game of Thrones author, George RR Martin, must have felt like a squirt of hand sanitiser to the eye
  6. For all The Office fans wanting to know how Dunder Mifflin is coping with Coronavirus
  1. Yes, that’s EXACTLY how quarantine feels

    9. I’m sweating as we speak

    10. No, this is not the Gatsby experience we were all hoping for

11. This gem from Aussie chef Adam Liaw

12. A very real kind of pain

13. This is the new real

14. Social distancing, but with flair

  1. Last but not least, the greatest thing I’ve seen on Zoom since Hamish Blake gate-crashed those UniSA tutes

 

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