Like so many of you, I have been adjusting to reality during the I Survived Coronavirus 2020 Funny Shirt also I will do this COVID-19 pandemic—by staying up on the news (and taking breaks from the news); joining Zoom meetings with my colleagues; brainstorming ways to help the fashion industry, which will need our support in the months to come; finding escapism in a novel, movie, or TV series; and speaking to my family and loved ones by phone or FaceTime. But above all else, I have been doing one simple thing, and I urge everyone to do the same: I have been staying at home. There is no more important rule for all of us to follow. We must, right this moment, pledge to stay in our homes as much as we possibly can. There are, of course, health workers, emergency-response personnel, grocery store employees, and others whose essential jobs we depend on. And they must go out to perform these life-saving tasks. (One of my closest relatives is a doctor, and he is on the front lines of this emergency—which is absolutely where he should be and makes me so proud of him.) For the rest of us all across America, there is no debate or discussion. We must stay in our homes. That is the only way to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and to protect those who are most vulnerable to it.
I Survived Coronavirus 2020 Funny Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
The average merch collection is usually for a musician’s most loyal fans, but as the I Survived Coronavirus 2020 Funny Shirt also I will do this pandemic crisis continues, stars are finding smart ways to channel what they do best into charitable action. This morning, Rita Ora updated her millions of followers with the news that she is creating a capsule collection in support of the United Nations Foundation and World Health Organization. The #StopTheSpread T-shirts, hoodies, and baseball caps feature a germ squished by a red peace sign that recalls the general prohibition sign. The emblem is playful, while also urging fans to do their part by staying home, washing their hands, and maintaining safe distances. The pieces fit right in with the work-from-home wardrobe adopted by many, but the real benefit lies in what they’re raising money for—100% of the proceeds go to the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which provides health workers with protective equipment and up-to-date, fact-based information on the pandemic. It also helps to fund the development of lifesaving treatments and research for an eventual vaccine.