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Disinfectant Station Objective - White Noise Covid-19 Fundraiser

Disinfectant Station Objective - White Noise Covid-19 Fundraiser


This MDF objective scatter terrain piece is on a 40mm base and is perfect for sci-fi games like Infinity. Help the environment and recycle an empty bulb capsule to finish the kit.

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    terrain scale/s: 28mm / 32mm

    Product Specifications

    Weight: 50 g

    Terrain Scale: 28mm / 32mm


    MDF terrain is supplied unassembled and unpainted.


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    The Automated Disinfectant Station - CV // 20 - sprays a solution to cleanse people from pathogens, such as the Coronavirus causing Covid-20 in the year 2070

    Brutal Cities has been invited by the legends at the White Noise podcast to help with fundraising for The Center for Disaster Philanthropy COVID-19 Response Fund. So we have designed this limited piece for the fundraiser!

    Bulb not included. Limited to 75 - unless we find more polluting the Australian bush - so kill two birds with one stone and reuse waste and help save lives!

    We will be donating the profits from this kit to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.

    CDP is working closely with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to track both current and emergent needs, including:

    • Supporting healthcare workers: Many public health, low income and other clinics will not have the ability to make significant capital purchases of masks, gowns, gloves and other essential personal protective equipment. These items help prevent the infection of essential medical staff who are at increased risk because of their close contact with people who may be infected.
    • Supporting quarantined and especially vulnerable individuals: The use of quarantines is crucial in helping control the spread of any infectious disease, including COVID-19. However, this means individuals are unable to go to work, go shopping for necessities, attend social functions or even see their families which can lead to economic and emotional distress.
    • Supporting hygiene promotion activities: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) are key to limiting the spread of any infection, especially those that are spread by close contact. Increasing access to WASH resources will help limit the spread of coronavirus and other infections. Supporting areas with poor access to medical care by supporting healthy populations will also help limit the spread of all viruses and other infections.