The U.S. Army is apologizing for social media posts about coronavirus it calls
It says the person responsible has been “relieved” from his or her role.
Coronavirus is responsible for more than 300 deaths in the U.S. and well over 20,000 infections.
But, the Army’s Instagram account seemed to make light of the situation.
It featured emojis and jokes about the run on toilet paper.
The Army isn’t saying if the person who ran the account was a civilian or a member of the military.
But, it does say it will make sure something like this doesn’t happen again.