Viral Illness Symptoms Thin Line Icons - Editable Stroke - Ilustração de stock

A set of viral illness symptoms, especially those associated with Covid-19 that include editable strokes or outlines using the EPS vector file. The icons include a person sneezing, person coughing, runny nose, person with rash, person with sore throat, person with headache, person with troubles breathing, person with fever, person with fatigue, mouth with loss of taste, nose with loss of smell, little girl with fever, person with body chills, person with body aches, person with nausea, person with stomachache, woman sneezing into tissue, person with confusion, lungs unable to get adequate oxygen, person sick in bed with thermometer, nasal congestion, person with damaged lungs, person asleep at computer and a person with chest pain to name a few.
A set of viral illness symptoms, especially those associated with Covid-19 that include editable strokes or outlines using the EPS vector file. The icons include a person sneezing, person coughing, runny nose, person with rash, person with sore throat, person with headache, person with troubles breathing, person with fever, person with fatigue, mouth with loss of taste, nose with loss of smell, little girl with fever, person with body chills, person with body aches, person with nausea, person with stomachache, woman sneezing into tissue, person with confusion, lungs unable to get adequate oxygen, person sick in bed with thermometer, nasal congestion, person with damaged lungs, person asleep at computer and a person with chest pain to name a few.
Viral Illness Symptoms Thin Line Icons - Editable Stroke
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Creative nº:
1367183377
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DigitalVision Vectors
Tamanho máx.:
5000 x 5000 px (42,33 x 42,33 cm) - 300 dpi - 3 MB
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United States
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