Virus spread feared where water is scarce around the world

In this April, 24, 2020, photo, people wait to fetch water from a row of communal taps that the group Doctors Without Borders provided in a suburb of Harare, Zimbabwe. For people around the world who are affected by war and poverty, the simple act of washing hands is a luxury. In Zimbabwe, clean water is often saved for daily tasks like doing dishes and flushing toilets.

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