The Brief: With a COVID-19 vaccine in sight, people are making memes about what a future with a vaccine would look like.
Memes about Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine speculate about a world with an effective and widely distributed Coronavirus vaccine.
On Monday, Pfizer announced that early trial data shows that their COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective. Although there are still many steps until a widespread and effective vaccine will be available, this news has people excitedly looking toward the future.
Don’t make this mistake:
Ah fuck me I ordered the Pfizer Total Landscaping Vaccine instead
— Lauren Hough (@laurenthehough) November 9, 2020
Some COVID-19 vaccine memes suggest creative ways we could take a vaccine. Note that none of these are FDA approved.
i want my vaccine like one of those huge frozen margaritas they sell at Blockheads with a mini bottle of Corona stuck in them upside down except the mini Corona is the vaccine
— Amanda Mull (@amandamull) November 9, 2020
i hope the vaccine is a vape
— sara (@updatedsara) August 10, 2020
holding out for gummy vaccines
— Tony Walsh Your Hands (@tonywalsh) November 9, 2020
You can add a poached egg to the vaccine for $2 which I do recommend
— cancela lansbury (@gossipbabies) November 9, 2020
On the race to make a vaccine:
i came up with the idea to make a vaccine a long time ago, before anyone else did
— Jon Bois (@jon_bois) November 9, 2020
It Pfizer sat on this news to screw Trump over, God bless them.
— Kimberly Nicole Foster (@KimberlyNFoster) November 9, 2020
Other people are fantasizing about what they’ll do once a vaccine is distributed…
Can't wait for the vaccine so I can finally go to a movie theater and lick the floor
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) November 9, 2020
I am [redacted] so much [redacted] first thing after taking the coronavirus vaccine
— Fiona Applebum says block Shaun King! (@WrittenByHanna) November 9, 2020
Some are noting what they’re dreading…
We have to stop the vaccine before it saves stand up comedy
— Flores Muertas (@feraljokes) November 9, 2020
Of course, anti-vaxxers aren’t jazzed about this news. One over-the-top anti-vax TikTok video is making rounds online as the subject of ridicule:
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