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In response to the COVID-19, or coronavirus, pandemic, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Salt Lake City is working hard to ensure the refugees we serve, and other immigrants in the community, are informed about the virus.
Lena Headey spoke with an IRC psychologist on a Zoom video call to understand how the coronavirus is impacting refugees trapped in overcrowded conditions in Greece.
The IRC health clinic in the Zaatari refugee camp remains open amid a national lockdown in Jordan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Meet an IRC volunteer delivering vital medicine to refugees while following heightened safety measures.
The novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues to spread globally and has reached countries with weak health systems that are less prepared to combat the disease.The International Rescue Committee is ramping up our response.
The world’s most vulnerable countries could see up to 1 billion COVID-19 infections and 3.2 million deaths unless we act now, warns the IRC.
These statistics remind us that the most vulnerable will be disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
Countries already in crisis face a “double emergency” of the coronavirus and the secondary humanitarian, political and economic havoc wreaked by the outbreak.
Game of Thrones actor and IRC Voice Lena Headey, at home in London, caught up with IRC psychologist Kiki Michailidou in Greece to hear how refugees she had met on her visits there were coping with the C