My 25 Illustrations Sum Up The Events That Have Happened During The Coronavirus Pandemic

My name is Ravi Koranga and I’m a 24-year-old artist from India. My conceptual art series shows a tiny explorer in a hazard suit who witnesses events that have happened because of the virus.

The reverse-chronology series “Dark Times 2020” covers the epitome of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Society was imprisoned with harsh laws and law-abiding earthlings were deported within the four corners of their walls.

Mankind learned new lessons every day as slowly, the poison of interplay created divisive incisions with novel data suggesting a guaranteed possibility of a 1-1 spread rate.

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Plate

Plate

The coronavirus pandemic is creating a food crisis for those already struggling with food scarcity. Please don’t waste food and think before you throw food away that someone is sleeping an empty stomach.

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Alliani3 days ago

This one deserves more likes 🙁7ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#2 

Victory

Victory

It took so long, but now, victory is not so far. Every time a new problem rises, it gives an opportunity to humankind to unite and face it together. In every battle, we push ourselves beyond our limit to become stronger, smarter, and braver than ever before.

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TheIsleOfSkye1 day ago

I love the description/synopsis beneath this one 🙂1Reply#3 

Identify

Identify

It’s hard to stop the spread of coronavirus because symptoms can show up in as few as 2 days or as many as 14. It varies from person to person. According to new research, 40 percent of people with coronavirus infections have no symptoms at all.

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Freya the Wanderer2 days ago

The one in the green hoodie must be a Trump Chump.8ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#4 

Efforts

Efforts

Doctors, nurses, and medical staff around the world are on the front lines in the fight against coronavirus. They have been working day and night wearing PPE suits. Wearing PPE for long periods of time results in headaches, rashes, breathing difficulties, hypoxia, and much more. By the time their shift ends, they are drenched in sweat.

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Hazel Gray1 day ago

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Alone

Alone

The clueless child who tried to wake up his dead mother who was lying on the platform at a station in Muzaffarpur.

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AflyingSquirrel2 days ago(edited)

this one might be the most heartbreaking one 🙁16ReplyView more comments#6 

Pause

Pause

The COVID-19 crisis brought the world to a stop! We paused to save lives.

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Cecilia Herrera2 days ago

Those that live in countries where their leaders actually reacted appropriately to the COVID 19, were the lucky ones.20ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#7 

Trials

Trials

Scientists around the world are trying hard to develop a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine that can save us from the pandemic. Many early trials show promise. Most still fail.

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Diana Dodd16 hours ago

But an acquaintance of mine said that the virus was going away on Nov 2, 2020. Yes … that exact date! I can only imagine where she got that date!!! Kind of scary … knowing people like that. I’m praying for something next year … if we’re lucky1ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#8 

Creation

Creation

Do you believe in man-made conspiracy theories?

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Miruku_Spilt2 days ago

People believe that COVID-19 was created in a lab, and the theories may be possible. However, if it was, then it may or may not have been accidental. We are not sure if it has been lab-created, but all we can do is wait for authorities to examine this.4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#9 

Overstock

Overstock

Luxury for one, misery for the other. People with money rush to stock up due to which essential items run dry in some places and the poor are left helpless.

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Cecilia Herrera2 days ago

I could understand, food, disinfectant, water, but why the run on toilet paper? If intestinal distress were a common symptom, okay. It’s puzzling.7ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#10 

Mandatory

Mandatory

Putting on a mask every day before you go out is like a ritual, like putting on a uniform, and in ritual behavior, you feel you have to live up to what the uniform stands for, which is more hygienic behavior like not touching your face or avoiding crowded places and social distancing.

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Freya the Wanderer2 days ago

The anti-mask whiners don’t know the difference between temporary inconvenience and real oppression. They are the reason we have so many cases and deaths in the U.S.11ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#11 

Lines

Lines

The coronavirus pandemic forces poor people to wait in long lines to get food for their survival.

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Spinel2 days ago

I feel like it spells somethin but I could be wrong2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#12 

Fear

Fear

For many people, fear of the disease may be worse than the disease itself. A large number of people who are overly distressed or anxious about their health are seen making excessive health-related searches, which makes them even more distressed. This stress can cause elevated blood pressure, headaches, muscle tension, and a weakened immune system.

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Full Name1 day ago

Love this one.0ReplyView more comments#13 

Disconnect

Disconnect

Distance means so little when life means so much.

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Freya the Wanderer2 days ago

At least we have the Internet, and video conferencing services such as Zoom and Hopin.3ReplyView more comments#14 

Economy

Economy

The economic fallout from the pandemic looks to be one of the biggest shocks in generations.

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Cecilia Herrera2 days ago

I’m not sure about the exact quote, but it goes something like, “Those that fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it.”{ i.e. the Spanish flu, the Black Plague, the Polio epidemic [in the USA, last century,] These events, and the reaction to them, were to wash your hands, stay home, don’t gather in groups, all these action by the public lessened the spread of all those diseases. More to the point, there was a resultant economic downturn in all of these situations.7ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#15 

Eclipse

Eclipse

As the darkness of the pandemic undermines humanity, we’d better learn to be stronger than ever before.

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Work From Home

Work From Home

Work from home is likely to be the new normal in the post-novel coronavirus world.

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Full Name1 day ago

That is pure freedom. Why is the covid bug attached with a chain? This is great news.0ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#17 

Sleep

Sleep

Sixteen migrant workers were run over by a train; exhaustion after a 45-km walk made them rest on the tracks, but they fell asleep.

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Alliani3 days ago

That’s heartbreaking!7ReplyView more comments#18 

Migrants

Migrants

The coronavirus crisis drives many poor workers to walk thousands of kilometers to reach their homes and villages. Many never made it.

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Jessica1 day ago

and with out going to work their families go hungry, they have no money for housing, school, etc.. 🙁-1Reply#19 

Panic

Panic

Change can’t be made within panic. The sudden announcement of lockdown was the reason behind their panic.

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Cecilia Herrera2 days ago

So many people were in denial of what was happening in other countries, let alone paying attention to what was happening all around them .4Reply#20 

Quarantine

Quarantine

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Miruku_Spilt2 days ago

It is true. This interpretation just hurts. Corona is out there. All we can do is stay at home and quarantine. I do love the art however, it is very nice2Reply#21 

Job Cuts

Job Cuts

Millions of jobs have been threatened due to the spread of coronavirus globally. Companies and firms have been forced to cut thousands of jobs every day.

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Full Name1 day ago

Amen.-1Reply#22 

Lockdown

Lockdown

A preemptive action plan implemented to address an unusual scenario or a weakness in the system to preempt any danger to ensure the safety and security of people.

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Full Name1 day ago

“security of people.” Tell that to the countless who’ve had their businesses destroyed because they were legally prohibited from earning a living. The ones making the decisions still get full paychecks. Think about that.-1ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#23 

Impact

Impact

At the extremes of the earth!

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bv7hearts2 days ago

The earth has had enough of us.3Reply#24 

Contagious

Contagious

You could be spreading the coronavirus without realizing you’ve got it!

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Freya the Wanderer2 days ago

That is just one reason I wear a mask. It has gotten to the point where I feel naked without one when I’m in public.3Reply#25 

Export

Export

Was it a mistake that got out of control or was it done deliberately?

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Cecilia Herrera2 days ago

Was it a combination of both?5ReplyView More Replies…View more commentshttps://91acf687551dfec2c611cf93ee386c44.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html

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