Iranian Relief from the Coronavirus
Iran is an epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. As of March 12, the number of coronavirus infections in Iran over 14,000. More than 700 people in the country have died, over 50% of them have been under the age of 40.
Iran's coronavirus crisis is due in part to the devastating impact that the US sanctions have had on Iran’s medical industry. Iran isn't able to procure enough testing kits, respiratory machines, antiviral medicines and other supplies to slow the spread of the coronavirus and save lives,
Our partners at the National Iranian-American Council (NIAC) have identified two organizations, Relief International and Moms Against Poverty, that have a license to conduct relief work in Iran. Relief International will be supplying face masks, sanitizer, test kits and treatment to affected individuals and Moms Against Poverty will be supplying masks, surgical gloves, disinfectant wipes, alcohol wipes, and hand sanitizers to medical clinics and hospitals that serve vulnerable communities, and food and other necessities to families affected.
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