Michael Strahan from GMA Uses Meme to Remind Everyone to Practice Social Distancing—Just like His Teeth Are
Michael Strahan from "Good Morning America" shares a meme of himself to remind everyone to practice social distancing amid the growing threat of the COVID-19 or Coronavirus pandemic.
Everyone who knows Michael Strahan knows he has a gap between his two front teeth, and now, in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, he uses it to remind everyone to practice social distancing.
Celebrities from all over the world have used their influence to remind others to stay at home and follow the self-quarantine protocols.
SHARING A MEME OF HIMSELF
After finding out about the meme, Michael Strahan posted it on his own Instagram account, acknowleding that it'd be okay to make a joke out of his face if it meant people would listen and stay home amid the pandemic.
Strahan shared a picture of his face with the text "social distancing! Strahan's teeth get it, why don't you?" To stress the importance of social distancing, he added his own message and said it's okay to make fun of himself if it means people finally understand.
ADDING NEWS SHOWS ON CORONAVIRUS
A couple of days prior, it was revealed that ABC would be suspending "Strahan, Sara, and Keke" to be replaced by a news program by anchor Amy Robach focused on Coronavirus. This is only one of the many shows that are being replaced with news shows, as people have been more concerned over the spread of COVID-19.
Celebrities from all over the world have used their influence to remind others to stay at home and follow the self-quarantine protocols. To try and keep themselves busy, people from around the world have been doing different activities. In New York, in particular, they've decided to sing together from their respective apartments to remind everyone that they are not alone.
SOLIDARITY AMIDST QUARANTINE
New York City is one of the hot spots of the Coronavirus pandemic in America, and people have been warned to stay indoors as much as possible. To try and stop their boredom, a neighborhood decided to sing "Hey Jude" by The Beatles together, patterning the events in Italy.
Despite Italy being on lockdown due to coronavirus, a nationwide flash mob event saw Italians singing the national anthem and other traditional songs from their balconieshttps://t.co/PbV1jBvphX pic.twitter.com/CF3O2cenHG— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) March 14, 2020
Numerous cities in Italy have been seen singing and dancing together during quarantine, and it's an encouraging sight for them to keep going and to stay safe while in the comfort of their homes.
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