DC mocked for design of vaccine promotion
The District of Columbia is the butt of jokes after releasing a graphic encouraging people to get their vaccine shots, The Washingtonian reported.
The graphic shows a virus, resembling the coronavirus, replacing the “o” in the word “shot”.
Graphic design does not appear to be DC’s passion. https://t.co/7f93YIHXqG
— Washingtonian (@washingtonian) April 26, 2021
Many Twitter users are having a field day with the graphic, suggesting that the virus used to replace the word “o” resembles the censored version of the word “shit.”
DC graphic design capabilities are legendary pic.twitter.com/OgtvLjTwiE
— Johnny Abedrabbo (@abedrabbo) April 26, 2021
Umm … Phrasing?
— Conservatarian Wolf™ (@whatever_1225) April 26, 2021
I 100% expected this to be about the need for more public bathrooms around the mall…
— Perry Cooper (@PerryECooper) April 27, 2021
Where should we TAKE THE SHIT?
— Lee C Eldridge (@LeeCEldridge) April 27, 2021
D.C. officials unveiled the graphic Monday after announcing that vaccination centers will transition from appointment only to walk-ins in May, and restrictions on restaurants and events in the city will be loosened.
LIVE: Situational Update April 26. https://t.co/0GT4ZivCCj
— Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser) April 26, 2021
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