Disaster Relief----Providing shelter, food and water to help people during the worst floods.
Italy----the two fatalities were a 53-year-old firefighter in the Aosta Valley who died during a rescue operation, and a 36-year-old man whose car was swept into a river in the Piedmont region. A section of a key bridge over the Sesia river in Piedmont's Vercelli province collapsed shortly after it had been reopened on Saturday afternoon. In the rest of Piedmont, several villages were cut off after the rains made roads impassable. The situation there was extremely critical. The storm also affected the north-western regions of Lombardy and Liguria. The Roja river in Ventimiglia has also flooded. Eric Ciotti, a member of the French parliament who is from one of the worst affected villages in the area, Saint-Martin-Vésubie, said several villages were cut off as they are located in steep-sided valleys of the mountainous region.
Providing proper supplies to healthcare workers in Italy.
Severe and mounting disruption to the global supply of personal protective equipment
Italy has just surpassed China for the most number of deaths related to coronavirus, making it the world's deadliest center of the outbreak.
The number of deaths in Italy reached 3,405 on Thursday, the Italian Civil Protection Agency said at a news conference -- 156 more than China's toll, which, according to Johns Hopkins University, stands at 3,249.The total number of cases in Italy rose to 41,035 with 5,322 new cases, officials added. People are being treated in field hospitals and lined up in corridors inside its straining public hospitals. Doctors and nurses are being infected, due to a lack of adequate protection.
Support the citizens of Venice, who lost everything.
The worst flooding to hit Venice in more than 50 years has brought the historic city to its knees. It is the worst flooding in Venice since 1966, when the city was hit by tides up to 176.4 inches high. More rain and strong winds are expected in the coming days, 45% of the city was flooded. Disaster Relief Charity Donate
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