Here's an example from a nail salon in Vietnam.
As of March 8, Vietnam reported having 31 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country with no deaths. The public has reacted to the coronavirus outbreak by stocking up on instant noodles more recently, and before that mouthwash was on everyone's shopping list. The demand for instant noodles went up by 68%, and the demand for mouthwash went up by 78%.
This example has impressive 3D details.
The 3D depictions of coronaviruses and face masks are impressive for sure. There were no details included with the video to give credit to the artist or explain why the nail art was created in the first place, so we can't tell you what the motivation was or whether it was just a one-time thing done for "fun" or per the request of a customer.
This just seems impractical.
You wouldn't want one of those giant coronavirus models falling off and into your food. You can hardly even see any nail under each one. Perhaps it's just a way for nail artists to show off their skills, because we can't imagine anyone actually wanting to walk around with those nails. Can you?
OK, this one is kinda funny.
Part of the caption on this post reads, "the ONLY coronavirus readiness nails 🚰🦠🩺 Lysol kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria! 😂 so make sure to panic purchase your mini thumb-sized canisters in Crisp Linen scent now!!" We found this one amusing because people really are going overboard on their panic purchases. Don't be the person who buys all the disinfectant, toilet paper, and water at the store.