Social Media’s take on 2020

Social Media's take on 2020


Not All Posts Are Misinformation About Coronavirus On Social Media
“Community transmission of COVID-19 was first detected in the United States in February 2020. By mid-March, all 50 states, the District of Columbia, New York City, and four U.S. territories had reported cases of COVID-19.” credits to

It is currently May 15th,2020, and we have been in quarantine for a little over 2 months now and during that time a lot has changed; one major thing is how social media operates as a whole. From commercials, to post’ to uber eats’ and just even the way of life itself.

Corona Commercials

Everyone in America can tell that marking and ads have become very different: they now often starring celebrities or essential workers

These are some of the following current commercials that deal with just telling people to stay home which is what the media uses to kind of calm people down and to cheer us up. But, there are also different type of ways celebrities and the media tries to make us feel better.

Appealing to the class of 2020

Facebook - Selena Gomez, Cardi B,
“Virtual Graduation 2020: Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Dozens More Join Oprah for Facebook’s Livestream” –

On May 15th, 2020 starting at 11 a.m. PT. many celebrities will hop on Facebook live in order to try to host a celebratory night for the class of 2020.


Stars go live and try to bring a small bit of cheer to our 2020 class.

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  • May 11
    • Graduation Countdown Sticker: @instagram will feature a graduation sticker via stories to celebrate the global graduation ceremony on May 15. Anyone can reshare from the @instagram story and set a reminder.
    • Graduation #Challenges: @instagram will feature graduation challenges including the throwback #GradPhotoChallenge and the #GradMessagesChallenge, with seniors sharing #MySeniorQuote messages.
    • Student Spotlights: Series honoring outstanding graduates on the Facebook app page and invite the Facebook community to pay tribute to noteworthy grads in their lives.
  • May 12
    • Senior Night for Athletes: @instagram will host a virtual senior night dedicated to star athletes including Sabrina Ionescu, Myles Powell, Shay Knighten, and Andrew Pryts.
  • May 13
    • Senior Comedy Day: An Instagram virtual standup show featuring comedians Quinta Brunson, Cameron J. Henderson, and Christine Snaps. Instagram creator Daquan will share an exclusive graduation meme on @instagram and @daquan.
    • Part of Us: Facebook app’s social pages will feature a film directed by Jenn Nkiru of Iconoclast, which gives voice to this year’s graduates as they share excerpts of Marina Keegan’s, “The Opposite of Loneliness” essay with imagery from their school years.
    • #GradWalk2020: Special grad walks from the class of 2020 will be featured on Facebook app Page’s Stories, with others encouraged to share with hashtag #GradWalk2020.
  • May 14
    • Superlative Day: Best and brightest students will be honored with featured creators superlatives on @instagram.
    • #Your2020Portrait Art Show: @brooklynmuseum and @design launched a nationwide call-out for portraiture from college students. Five winners will be announced, awarded $5,000 in grants, and appear in a virtual “art show” on @design, @brooklynmuseum, and @creators.
    • @creators Graduation Celebration: @creators will feature creators including Bryce Xavier, Nia Sioux, and Livvy Dunne and “yearbooks on Instagram.”
    • Gifts for Grads on @shop: Instagram’s @shop will feature a graduation gift guide with products from a handful of shoppable small businesses