Canadians are searching for Corona beer virus and people are confused
In a hilarious twist, Canadians have now started searching for "corona beer virus" on Google.
As of January 26, the search term has spiked on Google Trends, a website that analyzes popular search queries. "Corona beer virus" gained 100 points over the past few days — the maximum amount of points that the website offers.
Most of the searches are from users in Quebec and Ontario.
Astonishingly, some Canadians seem to have confused the lethal respiratory virus sweeping Wuhan with a pale lager exported from Mexico.
And the rest of Canada is very, very confused.
One Twitter user pretty much summed up how everyone else was feeling after learning the news.
as worrying as virus outbreaks are, can we all take a second to enjoy that there are definitely people in this world that think Coronavirus comes from corona beer which is absolutely wild— ( ͡ᵔ ͜ʖ ͡ᵔ ) (@K_zznt) January 29, 2020
And another user had some strong opinions on the matter.
Anyone who thinks this is hopefully taken out by the virus so that they don't reproduce.— Elliot Sokolsky (@Sokoolsky) January 29, 2020
This Canadian was pretty sure that Corona Canada's legal team is working overtime right now.
And a man from Montreal decided it was time for drastic measures.
Boycotting Corona beer since the virus has reached Canada. Can’t let them win.— Chris Lazaris (@chrislazaris) January 25, 2020
Even Corona Canada got in on the joke.
👍👍— Corona 🇨🇦 (@coronacanada) January 20, 2020
For those Canadians that are seriously searching "corona beer virus": no, you can't contract the disease from Corona beer.
Go ahead and enjoy that lager.
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