A black Aviators sunglasses are being recalled after being reported to be contaminated with the fungus that causes bird flu.
The Aviates recall covers the popular sunglasses that were distributed through the company’s website, which were made between April 2017 and March 2018.
The company says the glasses contain a “suspicious fungus” that has caused an outbreak of bird flu, a respiratory infection, and death in one person.
The company says there have been no cases of birds getting sick.
Aviators recalled 2.5 million glasses of the sunglasses that contain a fungus that is responsible for the coronavirus outbreak.
The recalled glasses were sold at retail and online.