#CreateDontContaminate: The RTÉ Influencer Campaign for Young People

#CreateDontContaminate: The RTÉ Influencer
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#CreateDon’tContaminate is a new campaign launched by RTÉ this week. On the new initiative to keep the spread of the Coronavirus down, RTÉ said “A number of well-known Irish bands along with RTÉ and 2fm are working together asking younger people to distance themselves socially while getting creative.”

What Is #CreateDon'tContaminate?

This Campaign was launched by RTÉ in an attempt to encourage social distancing in young people across Ireland whilst inspiring creativity. Young people are “encouraged to make content from anywhere in their house – with creative challenges in music, comedy, dance, art, story- telling, fashion or beauty.” What’s not to love? You’re participating in social distancing which is vital to slowing the transmission of COVID-19, and getting to make fun content in the process!

Who's Involved?

#CreateDon'tContaminate

RTÉ presenters and influencer such as Lottie Ryan, James Kavanagh, Greg O’Shea, Doireann Garrihy and Eoghan McDermot. Irish bands Kodaline, The Script, Picture This, and the Coronas are also getting behind #CreateDon’tContamainate!

How Do I Get Involved?

Fancy getting involved in creating some fun content and encouraging social distancing? Over the next 14 days those influencers and presenters involved will be announcing a new challenge for young people to partake in across an array of subjects. “The best, funniest and most inventive pieces of content will get a chance to go viral, with help from RTE’s social media platforms.” Day 1 was a dance challenge! Even if you’re a bit behind this is still a fun way to get creative whilst social distancing.

You can find out more info on RTÉ’s website.

Will you be getting involved in #CreateDon’tContaminate?

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