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‘Coronavirus ke side effects’ keeps Twitter guessing & Trump ‘loses face’ against the virus

The most politically correct and incorrect tweets of the day from across the political spectrum.

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New Delhi: From silver linings on the coronavirus and the tumultuous campaign season in the US to a controversial new Ministry of Railways campaign, Twitterverse was full of eyebrow-raising tweets today.

Coronavirus ke side effects: neurosurgeon and CNN’s TV doctor Sanjay Gupta is very pleased with the new trend in hand-washing.

With the rising number of novel coronavirus cases worldwide, lots of people are offering advice on how to not contract it– from former US president Barack Obama to Robert Vadra, husband of Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi.

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor makes fun of West Bengal BJP’s new masks to combat corona—guess who features on them?


Congress’ Archana Dalmia is appalled by Delhi airport’s inadequate preventive and screening measures.

… and the airport conveniently shrugs off all responsibility – isn’t that just typical of Indian babudom?

Someone may just have got the better of the PM on donating his social media account for a day to mark women’s day.


American journalist Clay Travis shares Liverpool soccer team manager Jurgen Klopp’s remarks to a journalist on asking the right questions to the right people. But, coronavirus concerns us all, right?

And here US President Donald Trump dodging coronavirus but not without losing face.

Oh dear, Twitter is acting like a stern school principal: when writer Annie Zaidi had something to say about Hindu Mahasabha’s theories on coronavirus, the social media platform promptly blocked her account. Authors Nilanjana Roy and Musharraf Ali Farooqi speak up on her behalf.


Perhaps laughter is indeed the best medicine — enjoy this charming  meme posted by industrialist Anand Mahindra, starring a most intelligent dog.

And this Twitter user remembers simpler times, when coughing or sneezing didn’t bring you glares and stares…

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