40 Hilarious Coronavirus Jokes You Should Try on Your Friends and Family – Inspirationfeed

Last Updated on March 25, 2022

The year 2020 is dubbed “the pandemic year for a reason.” Seeing people ill and dying was no fun, quarantine sucked, and there was a drastic increase in living costs globally. The coronavirus pandemic was undoubtedly one of the most challenging times in human history, but was the covid really all bad experiences, with no chill moments? I don’t think so.

Travel bans and quarantine acts compelled people to sit in their homes, and while this seemed disruptive at first, most realized that ample time to bond with family and friends was just what they needed. The pandemic blessed us with the irreplaceable currency, “time.”

As a result, many started projects they’ve always wanted to do but never had the time to. Some unlocked a new side of themselves. Others learned new skills that could earn them money from the comfort of their homes, such as Crypto Trading and Content Creation.

Believe it or not, pleasant memories were made during the Covid Pandemic. The launch of fun applications such as Tiktok and YouTube Shorts gave people a platform to express their creative selves, especially comically.

Amid all the change and struggles associated with the emergence of the Coronavirus, there were more than enough memes, jokes, and funny videos to put smiles on our faces. Below are 40 Covid Jokes that help us remember the Covid-19 Pandemic with a smile:

  1. Two grandmothers were bragging about their precious darlings. One of them says to the other, “Mine are so good at social distancing, they won’t even call me.”
  2. Every few days, try your jeans on just to make sure they fit. Pajamas will have you believe all is well in the kingdom.
  3. I never thought the comment “I wouldn’t touch them with a 6-foot pole” would become a national policy, but here we are!
  4. Since we’re all in quarantine, I guess we’ll be making only inside jokes from now on.
  5. My husband purchased a world map and then gave me a dart and said, “Throw this and wherever it lands—that’s where I’m taking you when this pandemic ends.” Turns out, we’re spending two weeks behind the fridge.
  6. I washed my hands so much because of COVID-19 that my exam notes from 1995 resurfaced.
  7. Germany is preparing for the crisis by stocking up with sausage and cheese. That’s the wurst käse scenario.
  8. People have been spending more time at home reading short books. Apparently, it’s all because of the novella
  9. BREAKING: The World Health Organization has announced that dogs cannot contract Covid-19. Dogs previously held in quarantine can now be released. To be clear, WHO let the dogs out!
  10. Ran out of toilet paper and started using lettuce leaves. Today was just the tip of the iceberg, tomorrow romainesto be seen.
  11. Why did the cannibal die of COVID-19? Too many handshakes.
  12. What’s COVID-19’s favorite chord progression? A plague-al
  13. Until further notice, the days of the week are now called: thisday, that day, otherday, yesterday, and today.
  14. It’s the remix to ignition, Coronavirus edition. I miss all my friends and can’t get out of the kitchen.
  15. Friend 1: Coronavirus could be over within two years. Friend 2: Who told you? Friend 1: Yes, WHO told
  16. I find it so mature that every guy I was talking to is socially distancing themselves from me during this time. I really know how to pick a man.
  17. My current stream title: your Kung Flu is no match for my MLG Social Isolation Technique
  18. Brb, moving to Madagascar before they close their ports
  19. If you need 144 rolls of toilet paper for a 14-day quarantine, then you should have been seen a doctor long before the Covid
  20. Never in my whole life would I imagine that my hands would consume more alcohol than my mouth
  21. Eventually, everyone would be quarantined in their houses with no sports to watch, and in nine months from now, a boom of babies would be born, and we will call them “Coronials.”
  22. This morning I saw my neighbor talking to her cat. It was obvious she thought her cat understood her. I came into my house and told my dog; we laughed a lot.
  23. Did you hear about the guy speculating on hand sanitizer? He was rubbing his hands together.
  24. Yesterday, I ran out of soap and body wash, and all I could find was dish detergent. Then it dawned on me.
  25. Is anyone else’s car getting three weeks to the gallon at the moment?
  26. If I keep stress-eating at this level, the buttons on my shirt will start socially distancing from each other.
  27. Finally, introverts experience a world suited for us, all events canceled, we don’t even have to go through the trouble of flaking.
  28. Once this is over, I’m going to do a reverse quarantine and not go home for six weeks.
  29. Best believe I’m clapping on the plane first place I go after the lockdown
  30. First time in history, we can save the human race by lying in front of the TV and doing nothing. Let’s not screw this up
  31. What did one novel Coronavirus say to the other? “Oh, the places you’ll see.”
  32. What did the single guy say to the single woman during a lockdown? “If Covid doesn’t take you out, can I?
  33. Day 7 at home, and the dog is looking at me like, “see, this is why I chew furniture.”
  34. What did the barista call her face mask? A coughing filter
  35. You know what they say, feed a cold, starve a fever and drink a corona
  36. I ran out of toilet paper, so I started using old newspapers. Times are tough
  37. Finland just closed its borders. Do you know what that means? No one would be crossing the finishing line
  38. I’ll tell you a Coronavirus joke now, but you’d have to wait two weeks to see if you’ve gotten it
  39. What is the difference between Coronavirus and Romeo and Juliet? One’s the Coronavirus; the other is the Verona Crisis
  40. Back in the day, you would cough to cover up a fart. With the covid, I’m afraid it’s the other way around. You fart to cover up a cough.

The above are only a few of the rib-tickling jokes people cooked up to put smiles on the faces of their families, friends, and even strangers on the internet. It is a reminder that regardless of our situation, we have the power to create merriment and happiness for ourselves and our loved ones. While we have no control over the pandemic itself and the people we’ve lost to it, we can do more things that inspire joy and laughter. The world could use more of that.

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