In this essay, I examine the impact of the COVID-19 on social theories, and present the following three theoretical perspectives as major reflections triggered by the pandemic. The first perspective is to recognize the virus as ‘proto-agent’ and to impart the theoretical citizenship to the virus as more-than-human agent. Secondly, I will treat the theme of more-than-social sociality, by analyzing the semantics of the ‘social distancing’, and argue that the pandemic is actualizing a new type of image of the social, which is mainly represented by the topology of rhizomatic networks. Finally, I will present the new form of more-than-individual subjectivity, by analyzing the phenomenon of the droplet which constitutes the sprayed, distributed, and dispersed self. I will argue that we need to theorize the ‘porous body’ beyond the image of ‘contained individual’ to refer to the subject weaving the material relationship with environment that is interpermeable.