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Harry Styles joins coronavirus relief efforts by selling £21 T-shirts to raise money

Harry Styles is selling T-shirts to raise money for coronavirus efforts (Picture: Getty)

Harry Styles is doing his bit to raise money for coronavirus relief efforts.

The singer is selling £21 T-shirts on his website with all of the profits going to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organisation.

The white tee bears the vital instructions people need to follow to help slow the spread of the virus.

It reads: ‘Stay home. Stay safe. Protect each other.’

The back of it reads: ‘This T-shirt fights Covid-19. Treat people with kindness.’

The message alongside the item of clothing reads: ‘This tee is in support of the WHO efforts to fight COVID-19. 100% of profits to be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization, powered by the UN Foundation. Learn more here: covid19responsefund.org.’

The white T-shirt spells out the rules for slowing the spread (Picture: shopuk.hstyles.co.uk)

The UK had its highest daily number of deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday, as it was confirmed that 854 people had died in 24 hours.

The first patients have been admitted to the temporary hospital NHS Nightingale.

As of today, there are 55,242 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the UK. 6,227 people have died from the virus.

The Kiwi singer shared with fans that he has been feeling ‘anxious’ about the pandemic.

The former One Direction star was forced to stay inthe US after President Donald Trump banned travel between the US and Europe.

The singer is on lockdown in LA (Picture: REX)

He was meant to be heading out on a world tour this month, and spending the time he was meant to be in rehearsals stuck indoors has been difficult.

‘I think this is my day 17,’ he told BBC Radio 2 presenter Dermot O’Leary.

‘I was supposed to be home a couple weeks ago but obviously the flying had gotten a bit strange so I’m in LA at the moment.’

Explaining that he felt lucky to be quarantined with friends, he continued: ‘To be someone who can work from home is helpful but it’s a very strange sort of time because we’re not coming out of it yet and not yet in a place where we can go, “Wow wasn’t that crazy?”

‘We’re still going through it so I’m feeling a bit anxious.’

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