This year’s World Water Day observation in the midst of a global public health crisis has me thinking deeply about water’s future in a changing world. Water is front and center in our battle against the coronavirus, as it's essential to preventative home hand washing routines, and to maintaining the well being of hospital and health-care workers fighting to save lives. As a result, many states and localities have moved to halt residential water shutoffs in the wake of the pandemic. The EPA has affirmed that the safety of our water supplies and treatment facilities are not being compromised by the coronavirus, a rare piece of good news about this new contagious disease.
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