A person who is both anti-vaccination and anti-mask wearing.
"I was stuck on the plane next to a pair of anti-vaskers."
The logistics around deciding how best to move people through a space in an organized way, while maintaining proper distancing protocols.
"We are going to need one or two people to help with the COVID Choreography around the pool deck during the swim meet."
(colloquial) someone who refuses to wear a mask indoors
a term for the COVID-19 vaccine, particularly aimed at children
"Don't worry, kiddo, Mommy will get her Fauci Ouchie soon!"
What Covid-19 is NOT exactly like
The vacations that are being planned for after sufficient vaccinations
"It's fun to plan our vaccication to Disney World for when the pandemic has passed. "
Powered Air Purifying Respirators
"When I encounter a patient I suspect has Corona virus and I am doing a high risk procedure, instead of wearing an n95 mask I wear a PAPR"
You thought you knew what it meant before 2020.
"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!! Out of my four COVID tests, three were negative and one was positive. What do I do?"
Someone who believes that wearing a mask does not do much to protect themselves (or others) from contracting COVID-19.
"I'm afraid to leave my house because I live in a neighborhood of antimaskers."
a tendency, through xenophobia and anxiety, to worry about which country your Coronavirus vaccine is coming from.
"It's crazy but epidemiologists are worried that vaccinationalism will keep some Americans from trusting the Oxford vaccine."
Phrase used to denote the period preceding the global novel coronavirus pandemic, when “normal” life was possible. Often used nostalgically to refer to activities that seem impossibly distant now.
"Remember The Before Time, when we actually sought out crowded indoor spaces like dance clubs, bars, sports arenas and theaters to have fun?"
A form of communication
"I'll post it on slack tomorrow. I'll slack the answer later.
Not to be confused with slacks---clothing being made obsolete by Zoom. "
Remaining physically distanced from others to prevent the spread of COVID-19; an alternative to the term “social distancing” because the latter can be interpreted as social isolation.
A person who ignores public health warnings about the COVID-19 pandemic and acts in ways that put themself or others at risk.
"Did you hear about the covidiots that got into a fight at the bar last night and were shouting in each other’s faces with no masks on?"
The feeling you get after exiting a Zoom class, lecture or meeting and realizing that you indeed have a physical form and exist outside of the 1 inch rectangle on your laptop.
""Uff, my Zoom dissonance was so unsettling today. I exited the Zoom meeting and half-expected my professor to be in the room with me.""