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8 Drawings of Corona Virus

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8 Drawings of Corona Virus

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These are a few easy and simple drawings of coronavirus. Help your kids in drawing these and teach them how to take precautions and protect themselves from these. Teach your kids to draw these and make posters and aware their friends regarding the virus. Here are 8 drawings of coronavirus you must look at and make awareness about it.

Drawing of Corona Virus

Materials required:

  • marker
  • paper
  • colors

Drawing 1: Punching coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Take a cap and draw a circle leaving some space in between as shown.
  2. Then draw 2 curvy lines in between the spaces and then draw an oval on the top of the lines.
  3. Repeat this with all the leaving spaces and draw again between the 2 already drawn curvy lines.
  4. Now draw a curvy 9 on the left out space and then draw a half rectangle in the front of it and then draw 2 lines.
  5. Draw 2 lines on the inside of the circle and below that draw less than and greater than signs.
  6. Now below that draw, a reverse C and a tilted U are attached to it.
  7. Then in the inside of the tilted U draw 2 V shapes at the top and a tilted C and a line from the middle at the bottom.

Drawing 2: Evil coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Take a marker and draw a circle.
  2. Now draw 2-2 lines each 11 times on the circle.
  3. Then from one line draw an oval shape and merge it to the other line, repeat this with all the other lines.
  4. Now in the middle of the ovals draw small lines.
  5. Then draw 2 lines inside the circle and below that draw 2 curvy tick signs (one reversed and one normal).
  6. Now draw dots inside it and then draw 2 lines at the top of it and curve both the ends.
  7. Then draw a curvy shape below the eyes and zigzag V shapes inside it.

Drawing 3: Opening mouth coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Take a paper and fold it and then draw a circle.
  2. Now draw 2-2 lines each 11 times on the circle.
  3. Then from one line draw an oval shape and merge it to the other line.
  4. Now draw a reserve tick sign and a normal tick sign inside the circle.
  5. Then draw 2 semi-circles below that and 2 dots inside it.
  6. Now draw a semi-oval below it and draw zigzag V shapes and then open the paper.
  7. After an opening draws the V shapes properly and merge the sidelines.
  8. Now draw 2 curvy lines in between and merge them both at the end.
  9. Draw a rectangular shape at the side and a triangle and a line with it.
  10. Then at the back of the rectangle draw 2 lines and a small rectangle.
  11. Now draw small ovals inside it and draw a line between the ovals.
  12. Then draw a reverse V on the top of the existing V’s.
  13. Now draw injections on the sides as before.

Drawing 4: Evil coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Take a coin and draw a circle leaving space in between.
  2. Now draw 2-2 lines on each space and then from one line draw an oval shape and merge it to the other line.
  3. Then draw again the same shape between the 2 already drawn lines.
  4. Now draw 2 S shapes inside the circle and 2 lines below that and 2 curves.
  5. Then draw a curvy semi-circle below that and zigzag V shapes inside it.

Drawing 5: Crying coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Take your hand and fold your fingers and make a punch then put your hand on the paper and with the help of the marker trace the lines.
  2. Now after drawing the hand rotate the paper and draw an oval shape.
  3. Draw 2-2 lines each 13 times on the circle.
  4. Then from one line draw an oval shape and merge it to the other line, repeat this with all the other lines.
  5. Now draw 2 curvy lines inside the circle and draw 2 ovals below that and draw circles inside that.
  6. Then draw a semi-circle below that and draw zig-zag V shapes on the top and the bottom of it.
  7. Now draw 2 lines and a half oval below the eye, do the same with the other eye.

Drawing 6: Catching coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Draw a circle then draw 2-2 lines each 13 times on the circle.
  2. Then from one line draw an oval shape and merge it to the other line, repeat this with all the other lines.
  3. Now in the middle of the ovals draw small lines.
  4. Draw 2 lines inside the circle and then draw 2 curvy ovals below that with a dot inside.
  5. Then draw a curvy oval at the bottom with zigzag V shapes inside.
  6. Now draw a curvy shape outside the circle and draw lines all over it.
  7. Then draw a girl or a person holding the net.

Drawing 7: Catching coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Draw an oval shape and draw 2 curvy lines at the middle.
  2. Then draw 2-2 curvy lines every 14 times on the circle.
  3. Now from one line draw an oval shape and merge it to the other line.
  4. Draw 2 lines inside the oval and then draw 2 semi-circles below that and 2 circles inside that.
  5. Now draw a curvy oval at the bottom and draw zigzag V shapes inside it.
  6. Then extend the middle lines and draw a character as shown.

Drawing 8: Injecting coronavirus

Steps:

  1. Draw a circle then draw 2-2 lines each 15 times on the circle.
  2. Then from one line draw an oval shape and merge it to the other line.
  3. Now draw 2 circles inside the circle and below that draw a semi-circle and a few V’s on the top and the bottom.
  4. Then draw a line and then a curve and a rectangular shape and a curve at the end as an injection.
  5. Now draw a person at the side who is injecting.

That’s it! the drawings are completed. You can draw these and make posters and teach your kids how to deal with them. Try out this poster and make people aware of the virus and how to save themselves from it. Help other people in learning and knowing about it.

FAQ’s on Corona virus

1. What is the Corona Virus?

Answer: The Corona Virus is a virus that spreads easily from person to person and has been responsible for a global pandemic. It is a type of virus known as a coronavirus, and it causes respiratory illnesses that can be severe or even fatal.

2. How do I protect myself from getting Corona Virus?

Answer: To protect yourself from getting Corona Virus, be sure to practice social distancing, wear a face mask when you are around other people, wash your hands often, avoid touching your face, and stay home if you are feeling ill. Additionally, make sure to keep surfaces around your home and office clean and disinfected.

3. How does Corona Virus spread?

Answer: Corona Virus is spread through close contact with an infected person, such as sharing a meal or shaking hands. The virus can also be spread through airborne droplets from an infected person’s cough or sneeze.

4. What are the symptoms of Corona Virus?

Answer: The most common symptoms of Corona Virus are fever, dry cough, and difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include body aches, headaches, sore throat, and diarrhea.

5. Are there any treatments for Corona Virus?

Answer: Currently, there is no specific treatment for Corona Virus, but supportive care is available to alleviate symptoms. This includes rest, fluids, and pain relievers.

6. What is the incubation period for Corona Virus?

Answer: The incubation period for Corona Virus is 1-14 days. This means that it takes 1-14 days for symptoms to appear after a person is exposed to the virus.

7. Is there a vaccine for Corona Virus?

Answer: Currently, there is no vaccine for Corona Virus, but there are several vaccine candidates that are being developed.

8. Are there any prevention methods for Corona Virus?

Answer: There are several prevention methods for Corona Virus, including wearing a face mask, washing your hands often, practicing social distancing, and avoiding contact with people who are sick.

9. Are there any long-term effects of Corona Virus?

Answer: There are some potential long-term effects of Corona Virus, including fatigue, shortness of breath, and chest pain. It is important to seek medical care if you experience any of these symptoms.

10. Are there any drawings of Corona Virus?

Answer: Yes, there are several drawings of Corona Virus available online.

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