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1.How the Covidiots Won
How the Covidiots Won. They Make Covidiots Dig Graves in Jakarta. We Pander to Their Ignorance and Remorseless Stupidity. … The hurt feelings of Covidiots should not matter more than public health, mass death, norms of decency, basic civilised ideas of social responsibility.
2.How the Covidiots Won
REBOUNDING FROM THIS WON’T BE EASY. Starting at forward for 2020′s All-Star team of Covidiots is Houston Rockets player Danuel House, who brought a guest to the NBA “bubble” complex, where …
3.How the Covidiots Won
Millennials invent a word for every new phenomenon. For instance, individuals who ignore government instructions of staying at home and practising social distancing to curb Coronavirus or people who have begun hoarding food thereby causing food shortage across the world, have been called ‘covidiots’ by the netizens. The term is a portmanteau, combining two words — Covid-19, and idiots.
4.How the Covidiots Won
Covidiots tend to think they’re immune to the virus or won’t get seriously ill, Timothy Murphy, MD, senior associate dean for clinical and translational research at the University at Buffalo …
5.How the Covidiots Won
From COVIdiots To Doomscrolling To Zoom Bombing: The Words We Learned In 2020 From maskne to social distancing, 2020 was a gift to our vocabularies. … While the soft “c” ultimately won out …
6.How the Covidiots Won
Samuel L. Jackson Has A Message For ‘Covidiots’ Who Won’t Stay Home He read a special bedtime story on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Published April 1st. Written by Paul Meara.
7.How the Covidiots Won
Don’t Call Them ‘Covidiots’ Stewart Reynolds (aka The Internet’s Favourite Dad* (*unproven) – for the win. By Ed Scarce. 3 weeks ago by Ed Scarce. … Is The Country That Just Won’t Do What Needs To Be Done. Dr. Ali Khan explains. By Susie Madrak. comments. Dec 24, 2020 . Trump Tells GOP To Give 2K To The People In COVID Bill.
8.How the Covidiots Won
81.0k members in the CovIdiots community. Idiocy during the pandemic.
9.How the Covidiots Won
Social media users have enshrined the new word on Urban Dictionary, with a variety of definitions all covering one unifying, central theme – selfishness.The term ‘Covidiots’ can be used to describe people who ignore common sense advice not to travel or socialize unnecessarily, and those who engage in panic buying and stockpiling of toilet paper, surgical masks and hand sanitizer.
10.How the Covidiots Won
A study reveals why some people are ‘covidiots’. Researchers found people who chose not to social distance or wear a mask have a lower working memory capacity, which determines intelligence.
1.From COVIdiots To Doomscrolling To Zoom Bombing: The Words We Learned In 2020
Webster dictionary, “pandemic” is the 2020 word of the year. Dictionary.com chose “unprecedented.” That’s all a bit bland, don’t you think? 2020 was the year that “quaran-” became a prefix (see: quarantimes,
Published Date: 2020-12-19T00:11:00.0000000Z
2.#OrchidsandOnions: ‘Covidiots’ take note…
Don’t be a moegoe: solidarity’s Covid ads funny and on point; Belligerent Santam is hung out to dry in the court of public opinion…In our modern, interconnected world, a virus can spread like wildfire.
Published Date: 2020-12-22T00:00:00.0000000Z
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1.COVID-19 pandemic in India
India: Mohali woman who travelled to UK tests positive". India Today. "Covidiots everywhere; cases of foreign returnees flouting home quarantine in rise"…
socially-distanced concerts previously, but said that the shows were not a sign of "compliance". He has been called a "covidiot", and there have been calls in Belfast…
3.Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom (July–December 2020)
to UK second COVID wave: study". Reuters. Retrieved 1 November 2020. "’Covidiots‘ criticised on Tui quarantine flight". 31 August 2020. Retrieved 31 August…