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CDC warns: Don't trust anyone wearing 'Kiss me, I'm Irish & Vaccinated' t-shirt

Chicago, IL - Just one week before Saint Patrick's Day, the CDC is warning Americans not to trust anyone wearing a "Kiss Me, I'm Irish & Vaccinated" t-shirt.

"Any item of clothing suggesting a person is Irish and Vaccinated is not proof that they are either. We strongly advise you not to kiss them," said a CDC spokesperson.

Another infectious disease expert said that the t-shirt is a clear sign that you should avoid the person entirely.

"Look at these t-shirts as brightly flashing warning signals. Don't just walk away. Run! In many cases, COVID-19 is the least of your worries with these people. "

Saint Patrick's Day is Wednesday, March 17.

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