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While medically it is not currently believed that women are at a higher risk than men in contracting COVID-19 or suffering worse outcomes, women bear the brunt of formal as well as unpaid and unacknowledged caregiving in society. With COVID-19, we are already seeing higher levels of intimate partner violence, and with the closing of safe spaces and limited mobility, women are unable to access critical services.
Learn more about how coronavirus is impacting women and girls, as well as non-binary and LGBTQI+ people, differently and how their voices should be informing all levels of decision making in terms of response.
Last month singer Rihanna announced her foundation, Clara Lionel, would be donating $5 million to help charities working on the frontline of the coronavirus response, including the IRC.
New IRC analysis revealed that without swift action in coming weeks to mitigate the spread of Covid-19, the world could see up to 1 billion infections and 3.2 million deaths due to COVID-19 over the course of the pandemic in 34 crisis-affected countries.