Frank Cerabino. Palm Beach Post 

Here’s my glossary of expressions you might want to consider,

isolatte yourself: describes the recommended protocol to observe for staying at a Starbucks to drink your coffee.
Used in a sentence: “Instead of sitting next to that big group of people, you should isolatte yourself in that empty table in the far corner.”

Getting WetBlued: when the person in the next seat in coach on a JetBlue flight sneezes without covering his mouth.
Used in a sentence: “I got WetBlued by a guy on a LaGuardia flight to PBIA.”
(This is a variation to a similar experience on Southwest Airlines, which is referred to as “getting SnoutWetted.”)

Purelevator finger: The finger you make a mental note to disinfect with a hand sanitizer after you use it to press the button for a floor in a public elevator.
Used in a sentence: “I waited for somebody else to get in the car, and then said, “third floor”, so I wouldn’t have to use my Purelevator finger.”

Roller-derby queen: One who battles for the most rolls toilet paper during a viral pandemic.
Used in a sentence: As soon as the Costco opened, the roller-derby queen raced to the back of the warehouse with her cart.

Dining al-masko: Eating outside at a restaurant while wearing your N95 respirator.
Used in a sentence: “Sure, it’s a pain to keep having to take it on and off, but it’s such a pleasant night to be dining al-masko.”

Mar-a-loco: the behavior of people who see nothing wrong in having large public events during a viral pandemic.
Used in a sentence: “The bride and groom realized that it would be mar-a-loco to continue their plans to fill a ballroom full of wedding guests.

Getting all Covid-20: an expression that describes worrying excessively about a frivolous and uncertain future event.
sed in a sentence: “At the risk of getting all Covid-20 on you, I hope that, for safety sake, they don’t have to cut the number of contestants on The Bachelor next season.”

taking a cruise ship vacation
Used in a sentence: “Gladys and Herb are in quarantine after going virusailing to the Cayman Islands for their wedding anniversary.”

: a high school student who sits on the couch all day watching Netflix and playing video games because school is canceled due to the virus.

Used in a sentence: “It’s hard to work at home with my two quarenteens watching ‘Bojack Horseman’ and playing Fortnite all day long.”

iphone-a-virus: Transmitting the coronavirus through the sharing of a mobile phone.
Used in a sentence: “She let a friend use her phone, and the next thing you knew, she had the iphone-a-virus.”

Covidian Floridian: A Sunshine State resident with the virus
Used in a sentence: “I hope that guy who was coughing in front of me in the supermarket checkout line isn’t a Covidian Floridian.”