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Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes

Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes
Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes

Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes: Thousands of Australians have taken to social media to share their amusing reactions to the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Melbourne and the nation’s southeast.

The earthquake, which was 10 kilometers deep and centered near Mansfield, a small town in Victoria’s alps, struck at roughly 9:15 a.m. Wednesday, with vibrations felt as far away as New South Wales and Tasmania.

It is the most powerful earthquake Victoria has witnessed since European settlement (1834), and more aftershocks are predicted. Fortunately, no injuries have been reported as a result of the earthquake.

Despite the terrifying nature of the situation, light-hearted Australians were quick to poke fun at it, which happened to coincide with the third day of planned anti-vax protests in Melbourne, where construction workers are rallying against jab mandates.

A meme soon spread across social media, depicting Dan Andrews in China, pleading with the government to ‘unleash the earthquake’ in Victoria in order to punish the residents.

As most of us are aware by now, an earthquake struck Victoria on Wednesday morning shortly after 9 a.m., spreading tremors over vast parts of Melbourne, regional Victoria, and surrounding areas, and igniting group discussions across the state, as well as across the world.

The tremors were felt as far away as Canberra, Albury, and Tasmania, according to many who claimed to have felt them in the aftermath of the earthquake, which damaged buildings and smashed windows throughout Melbourne.

Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes
Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes

In fact, several people in Sydney who were keen to get a piece of the action stated that they had not moved even a single millimeter from their starting location, which must have been quite difficult for them.

Thousands of Australians have taken to social media to share their amusing reactions to the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Melbourne and the nation’s southeast.

According to Geoscience Australia, the earthquake was 10 kilometers deep and centered near Mansfield, a small hamlet in the foothills of Victoria’s alps, when it struck at around 9:15 a.m.

Despite the alarming situation, light-hearted Australians were quick to make fun of it. The incident happened to coincide with the third day of planned anti-vax rallies in Melbourne, where construction workers are rallying against mandatory vaccinations.

Although Australia has endured a week of tense rallies, continuous Delta outbreaks, and now an earthquake, it does not appear to have lost its sense of humor in the process.

On Wednesday morning about 9:15 a.m., an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 shook Melbourne.

After hundreds of demonstrators, many of whom were believed to be tradies, marched across the city against obligatory vaccines and other Covid restrictions, they were met with a traffic jam on the West Gate Freeway, which caused the earthquake.

Unsurprisingly, the somewhat chaotic and unusual circumstances have sparked a flood of memes that have been spread around social media and the internet as a result of the situation.

One person tweeted: “You got this, Australia,” and another person published a Photoshopped image of the NSW Health Covid template with the heading modified to “Current Earthquake Cases,” which was then deleted.

Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes
Dan Andrews Earthquake Memes