"Awesome idea for a large group of people over 50 to stand super close together," one person commented on Twitter.
There are nearly 101,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the U.S., the highest number in the world.
"I now understand why retired people eat dinner so early."
"If you had asked me what the hardest part of battling a global pandemic would be I would have never guessed, 'teaching elementary school math."
The president tweeted he was "so happy I can barely speak" — but Twitter users aren't buying the sincerity of the post.
"I told my wife the grocery store didn’t have something she asked me to get and, for the first time ever, she believed me."
One Twitter user correctly noted that "not one single human being deserves to die for somebody else's stock portfolio."
Look who's talking -- it's the conservative "Cheers" actor lauding the president's "sincerity & care towards us."
After one Fox News host ranted against coronavirus precautions, President Donald Trump echoed the same feelings in a tweet rant.
The president, who is not a doctor, recommended a potentially dangerous drug combo to his 74 million Twitter followers. "What do we have to lose?" he asked.
Twitter users paid tribute to the country music legend, who died on Friday.
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The country singer-songwriter “passed away peacefully at home from natural causes," his family announced on Twitter.
"We hope to get these to the right people ASAP," the popular designer posted on Instagram.
"Welp, turns out I don’t want to eat salad in the apocalypse either."
Twitter users think that 2020 seems a lot like the 2011 Disney film, which takes place in the village of Corona and involves a woman being isolated for years.
"The hardest part of parenting is parenting your own traits out of your kids."
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“We intend to review our thinking daily," the social media giant said of its updated policies about harmful content.
The model and cookbook author responded to a widely criticized Twitter photo from the president's daughter showing herself and her kids in a blanket fort.