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Coronavirus outbreak boost humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen

Yemen has suffered years of civil war, poverty, starvation, cholera and now hit by COVID-19. Since 2015, Yemen has been devastated by conflict, leaving millions of people without access to proper health care, clean water or sanitation crucial for preventing the virus from spreading. Yemen is already suffering the world’s worst humanitarian crisis and now facing the deadly virus.

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May your coffee be strong and your Monday be short. Coffee connoisseur. Part time writer, photographer and full time adventurer. Loves to travel and eat.

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