CBD Oil, Social Distancing Beer, and More: US Trademark Office Sees Rise in Coronavirus-related Applications

CBD Oil, Social Distancing Beer, and More: US Trademark Office Sees Rise in Coronavirus-related Applications

The ongoing crisis that is the COVID-19 pandemic has already affected a million people worldwide and continues to infect thousands of people every day. However, Americans are finding the entrepreneurial streak amid the outbreak inspired by the virus itself. The US Patent and Trademark Office has reported an increase in applications associated with the coronavirus pandemic, with dozens coming from the tri-state area. Some of the brand names include Coronababy, Shelter in Paradise, COVID Kid, Quarantini, Be Covidgilant, Corona-Geddon, COVID Pro Quo, Social Distance Fitness, The Corona You Want, Quarantine Madness and Heineken Virus. There were also applications for Social Distancing CBD oil, beer, and crop tops. Filing trademark in the time of crisis Applications related to coronavirus has shot up since the crisis started, according to the US Patent and Trademark Office. The NBCUniversal filed a variation of its slogan Comedy Starts Here, which is Together Starts Here. Bank of America claimed It’s Great to Be Home. Miley Cyrus filed one for her Instagram TV show Bright Minded, which was created as a coronavirus response. Also, Vice Media applied for Shelter in Place. There were also five or more people who tried to acquire the trademark for I Survived the Coronavirus. Sean Green, 54 and an Ardmore family doctor, filed for COVID-19 Takes Down Covfefe on March 26, as a reference to Trump’s mistyped tweet. He acknowledged the silliness of it but added they always come up with stuff because it’s not sure what catches on and what doesn’t.…

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