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Netizens tweet memes about the ‘Community Quarantine’ due to COVID-19

Netizens lightened up the situation by posting memes about the government’s decision and the and matters surrounding the pandemic.

  • The government ordered a community quarantine in Metro Manila to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Despite the urgency and seriousness of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in the country, it’s not a surprise that Filipinos still found a way to lighten up the mood even by just a little bit.

Netizens have come up with different memes and jokes to express their feelings regarding the Community Quarantine that President Rodrigo Duterte announced on March 12 during his press conference.

One of the things being compared with the situation is the viral Korean drama, Crash Landing on You where the main characters are a South Korean socialite and a North Korean soldier.

Posted by Rosan Rosan on Thursday, March 12, 2020

Here’s another meme demonstrating how close yet so far Marikina City is to San Mateo, Rizal.

Classes and graduation rites have also been suspended and canceled because of COVID-19. Some classes have opted to hold their sessions online but what about the commencement ceremonies?

Not everyone who is purchasing a lot is panic buying.

Almost all mass gatherings and events in the next two months are being either postponed or canceled.

Starting to get bored? Here’s a COVID-19 Quarantine playlist for you.

A Twitter user asked as to what business does the Philippine National Police have when it comes to the community quarantine.

Talk about a quality tweet.

A perfect summary of the government’s decision making skills when it comes to the community quarantine.

I ain't even gonna watermark thisEdit: didn't expect this to blow up like this, so I'll take this time to say stay safe everyone, wag maghoard ng mga gamit, at wag masyado seryosohin ang mga memes

Posted by Tim Santamaria on Thursday, March 12, 2020

It’s never a bad time for some hugot.

may nabasa akoAvoid Physical Contact daw, lalo na kung wala naman kayong label

Posted by Summer Abugan on Thursday, March 12, 2020

Nice one.

As of writing, the total number of CONVID-19 cases in the Philippines has risen to 64.

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