Supporting developing countries
If we are concerned about the failure to contain the virus in western Europe and the US, multiples of that horror await in the developing world. With few means of medical intervention, and several other risk factors such as malnutrition, high population densities, communal living and lack of access to water and washing facilities, the rates of mortality could dwarf what has been seen so far in the west. For humanitarian reasons and because we are now part of an interconnected, global community, access to biocidal water for developing nations should be an urgent priority for us all. Help us make this happen.