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Jennifer Aniston urges people to 'wear a damn mask' to stop COVID-19 spread

Mid-Day Wednesday, 1 July 2020 ()
As the COVID-19 pandemic necessitates the usage of mask to avoid the spread of deadly virus, actor Jennifer Aniston on Wednesday also urged people to adhere to the directive. With a hashtag saying "wear a damn mask," Aniston encouraged people to wear a mask if they "care about human life." The 'Friends' star shared a post on...
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Jennifer Aniston has a message for all of her friends, family and fans who "care about human life": Wear a mask.

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