Scott Disick sells jumpers that say ‘wash your hands’ from his Talentless range in wake of coronavirus – The Sun

SCOTT Disick is selling clothes that say "wash your hands" in the wake of coronavirus.

Scott, 36, is flogging jumpers and tee shirts with the message following the outbreak of the deadly flu virus over the world.

He bills the clothes as "Premium Hoodies and Tees" and tells fans to 'swipe up' to purchase on his Instagram stories.

The timely clothes come with a hefty price tag of $129 for jumpers and $49 for tops.

Matching tracksuit pants will also set you back $129.

Scott didn't have time to model his new line of clothes as he shared them on Instagram.

He wrote alongside photos of the pics: "“PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS” — Premium Hoodies and Tees available online in Pitch Black, Camel, Evening Blue, and White. Sold exclusively on"

This comes as two people in their 70s have died from the coronavirus in Florida.

Meanwhile the escalating fears from the outbreak has sparked talk that NBA stars will soon perform in empty arenas.

The two elderly patients had traveled overseas, according to the Florida Department of Health.

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At least one of them had underlying health issues.

"We expect that we will see the numbers will continue to rise," Palm Beach health director Dr. Alina Alonso told the Palm Beach Post. That's normal. That should not be alarming people."

There have been 14 coronavirus deaths in Washington state, and the other fatality came in California.

With the outbreak getting worse each day, the NBA has instructed teams to be prepared to play games without fans or media.

A memo by the league referred to the possibility that games will be played "with only essential staff present."

Teams should also be prepared “for the possibility of implementing temperature checks on players, team staff, referees, and anyone else who is essential to conducting such a game in the team’s arena.”

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