Rita Ora launches ‘stop the spread’ Chinese virus charity merch

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Rita Ora is embracing “How to Be Lonely.”

The singer, 29, released her appropriately-titled new single last week, and followed it up with a line of coronavirus-themed merchandise.

In an appearance on Miley Cyrus‘ new impromptu Instagram Live talk show, “Bright Minded,” Ora showed off a T-shirt she helped design with singer-songwriter Sir Bob Geldof, President and CEO of United Nations Foundation Elizabeth Cousens and the World Health Organization (WHO).

The Stop the Spread Logo Tee ($25) features an animated green virus emoji with a big red peace sign through it, symbolizing the COVID-19 pandemic and the will to overcome it.

Other designs, including hoodies, hats and stickers, are also available to purchase online, with prices ranging from $8 to $50. One hundred percent of Stop the Spread shop proceeds benefit WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

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