However, some thought the TikTok was meant to be in support of the the frontliners as the body represents COVID-19 and the medical professionals had defeated the disease.
"They are carrying Covid19's dead body -- because they just beat it. To the sound of the funeral meme that has been going around, I think people are overinterpretting this tiktok. It isn't nurses carry a body of a person who died of Covid-19," shared one Twitter user, as another wrote, "The bag says Covid 19 like they are killing the virus -- c’mon guys."
According to recent media reports, there have been 3,386,084 confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide, with 238,768 deaths.
In the United States, there have been 1,121,399 confirmed cases with 65,297 deaths.
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That’s what I was wondering. I am hoping it is not. Good grief. That’s a horrible mockery of the situation.
I think everyone needs to stop kissing all of the PAID FOR DOING THEIR JOBS hosp wkers' butts. Yes, thank you, esp to the ones who worked in the hardest hit areas like NY, but, enough is enough. Flyovers from the military and everything else? Now to see this? Please...