It has been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out. Many people’s lives are threatened without having proper medical care, and people are struggling to make a living as they lose their jobs due to economic issues.

Peru has implemented strict quarantine in 2020 and the first half of 2021, but the country is now struggling with the re-proliferation of the virus due to the year-end and New Year holidays and with the emergence of a mutant virus from Brazil which increases the number of new confirmed cases, making new records every day.

On February 18, ASEZ members in Peru volunteered disinfection to prevent the spread of COVID-19 around Eulogio del Rio in La Soledad, Huaraz.

They had already conducted disinfection four times for 1,600 households in Huaraz. This time, they disinfected buildings, gates, windows, sidewalks, and pillars. The disinfectant that they used is certified by the Ministry of Health and can eradicate all kinds of viruses and bacteria, and the effect lasts up to 72 hours.

The more the situation is difficult, the more ASEZ members in Peru will volunteer for the well-being of local communities with the heart of a mother who does not spare sacrifice for her children. We look forward to the activities of ASEZ that will give hope and courage to local communities, until the day we find peace in our life.