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Katy Perry Wants to Cover Your Face in a 'Daisies' Mask

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Katy Perry speaks during SHEIN Together Virtual Festival to benefit the COVID – 19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO powered by the United Nations Foundation on May 9, 2020.

Joining a raft of other artists selling merch to support COVID-19 charities, Katy Perry announced on Thursday (May 21) that she's selling a face mask imprinted with title of her latest single, "Daisies," to benefit the Santa Barbara-based aid organization DirectRelief.

"Are you into: following the rules #Daisies  promo, supporting a worthy charity. Check out the link in my bio for Daisies merch, including this face mask, whose proceeds all go to @DirectRelief," Perry wrote while modeling the black mask, which features a picture of the singer and an image from the song's video.

DirectRelief works with public health authorities, nonprofit organizations and businesses across the U.S. and the world to provide personal protective equipment and essential medical items to health workers responding to COVID-19.

Perry's mask joins a growing list of COVID-related merch from artist ranging from Wu-Tang Clan (hand sanitizer), Kiss, the Weeknd, My Chemical Romance, Megadeth, Korn, Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande and J Balvin (masks) to Devo (face shields).

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