In recent times, the new coronavirus has become a much-pressed story in many media outlets, but not everyone is willing to stop and read it, which can lead to some confusion, especially when the virus is associated with a very popular alcoholic beverage, Corona. Extra — when there’s some of the same name.
As Google Trends revealed on Twitter, searches related to the new coronavirus have peaked in the past few weeks. This is to be expected, but there is also a funny and somewhat troublesome problem, that many of the people searching for information about the virus seem to think it is related to Corona beer.
Many users tweeted from Corona Beer, though most of them seemed to be joking:
But when you look at Google’s search analysis, it’s clear that a significant number of people think the new coronavirus is linked to Corona beer.
Search terms such as “beer virus” and “corona beer virus” have recently surged.
Apparently, the new coronavirus has nothing to do with Corona, beer or any other beer of the same name. Although the label is unfortunate for Colorado, the name coronavirus has been around since the 1960s.