What Is A Wear A Damn Mask Challenge? - Celebrities #wearadamnmask
Celebrities Take on the "Wear a Damn Mask" Challenge as Coronavirus Cases Soar
Jennifer Aniston, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kerry Washington, and more posted masked selfies amid surging COVID-19 cases.
- As the rate of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to surge amid state reopening phases, celebrities are trying to raise awareness on the importance of wearing face masks to stop the spread.
- Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Kerry Washington have taken on the #WearADamnMask challenge.
Roses are red, violets are blue, the pandemic is still raging, and celebrities wear masks too.
A new social media campaign, dubbed the #WearADamnMask challenge and started by designer Tory Burch, is attempting to remind everyone about the importance of wearing a face mask while out in public in order to stop the spread of COVID-19 infections.
As states have pushed for reopenings amid the pandemic, the rate of confirmed coronavirus cases has soared. Now, at least 16 states have paused or rolled back on phases of reopening. Bars in Texas and California were ordered to close again, while beaches in Florida were also made off-limits to the public.
"I am sure you all are seeing what I am seeing, COVID 19 rates in the USA are rising at a truly scary rate," wrote Burch on Instagram. "One thing I know for sure is that there's a very easy way each of us can help, and that's to #WearaDamnMask whenever we are in public. #WearaDamnMask because we want to protect ourselves and, even more importantly, we want to protect others. #WearaDamnMask because clearly, the doctors and data say we are not going to beat this pandemic unless we each do our part to get rid of it. #WearaDamnMask because is it not a political issue, it is an issue of saving lives. #WearaDamnMask because it is the only way to keep our most vulnerable safe and the only way to get our economy back on track."