CORONAVIRUS Font

by SpideRaYsfoNtS

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Coronavirus
CORONAVIRUS Font poster

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CORONAVIRUS
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    Charityfonts4Coronavirus created by SpideRaYsfoNtS

    STAY AT HOME, PROTECT THE NHS, SAVE LIFES

    Please donate now directly to the Age UK Coronavirus Emergency Appeal via our justgiving page @ https://bit.ly/2wML7f4 If you donate £25 towards our fundraising total and you will be sent the fully populated Coronavirus Charity Font via our secure delivery folder
    We aim to raise £500 to help the Age UK to support older people during the coronavirus outbreak. This is a time of great anxiety for everyone, but especially for older people and their loved ones. By donating to Age UK, you will help them reach the older vulnerable people who are being shielded for 12 weeks that live by themselves who need help the most.

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    SpideRaY
    8 months ago

    How long does Coronavirus live on most surfaces? The virus that causes COVID-19 remains for several hours to days on surfaces and in aerosols, a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found. The study suggests that people may acquire the coronavirus through the air and after touching contaminated objects. Scientists discovered the virus is detectable for up to three hours in aerosols, up to four hours on copper, up to 24 hours on cardboard and up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel.

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    SpideRaY
    8 months ago

    What temperature should I wash my clothes at?
You don’t need to wash every piece of clothing at a boiling temperature and potentially ruin them. At 56°C COVID-19 breaks down, according to a study by the US National Library of Medicine. So wash high-risk items, including underwear, sports gear and towels at 60°C But otherwise, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends washing other clothes at the highest water temperature appropriate to the item.

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    SpideRaY
    7 months ago

    On the 2nd April 2020 the day this typeface was released John's Hopkins University recorded over 1,000,000 global infections and rising at around 10% per day sadly today on the 15th April only 13 days later marks 2,000,000 confirmed global COVID-19 cases. STAY AT HOME, SAVE LIVES. PLEASE DONATE whatever you can to the Age UK coronavirus emergency fund.

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    SpideRaY
    6 months ago

    Today John’s Hopkins University recorded over 250,000 deaths attributed to COVID-19 with over 3.6 Million global Coronavirus infections and still rising. Stay Home, Stay Safe.