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Conquer COVID-19 T-Shirts Won't Be Sold Anymore After This Week

If you want to be like Ryan Reynolds, your time is running out. Those Conquer COVID-19 t-shirts won't be available after this week but that's not all they're cutting off. You won't be able to make a donation either.

On Twitter, the organization has been reminding Canadians that this is the last week to buy t-shirts or hats to help buy personal protective equipment for frontline workers.

It's also the last week that donations will be accepted.

So if you want to give back or "bring boring back" as Reynolds has said, you can do that online until May 29.

The t-shirts are $25.95 and you can get the boring one or liven it up a little with one that has a Toronto sports team logo.

The snapback caps are $35 and there are multiple versions with the team logos.

With sales of the merch and donations, the organization makes sure workers get masks, gloves, and other supplies delivered to them that are needed to treat patients.

"The faster we get those guys protected, the faster they get us back to boring," Reynolds said in a video about the shirts.

Conquer COVID-19 is a group of physicians, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and other volunteers.

During one of Conquer COVID-19's PPE drives, Ontario Premier Doug Ford helped out Olympian and future doctor Hayley Wickenheiser.

He even connected with Reynolds through a video chat while loading supplies.

They both had nothing but praise for each other and the Conquer COVID-19 team.

Along with the "boring" Conquer COVID-19 merch, others have joined the trend of selling pandemic-related items for a good cause.

One Canadian fashion lifestyle brand is selling t-shirts with the names of top female doctors from across the country.

Proceeds from that actually go to Conquer COVID-19.

Another brand sold shirts with the Premier of Nova Scotia's words of wisdom printed on them, "stay the blazes home."