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That’s not really what it seems. In France, everybody uses Pretty Merry Texmas Skull Cow Christmas Shirts covid as a way to talk about the disease or the virus interchangeably, like you hear “il faut empêcher la propagation de la covid” a lot of time on tv. But a bit further than that, I think there is a problem with the first argument: the académie française insists on the fact that acronym should take the genre of the genre of the main word of the acronym, that’s the rule, but in reality, it’s not really true. There is a lot of other acronyms which do not follow these rules at all (laser is masculine but every word that composes it are feminine, there’s a ton of example like this one) so I don’t really think this rule exists in the first place.