At the time of writing the coronavirus is raging the earth. Very soon after the outbreak, visualizations of both the virus and the effect of the disease started to appear everywhere. As I partially graduated in the subject of data visualization, I have always been interested in those graphs. Lately, I followed an introduction course to visualize data with D3.js. After I completed this course, I wanted to draw some meaningful graphics with this library. So follow along when I explain a little bit about D3 and then draw a simplified version of the coronavirus molecule.