Lil Dork Is responding to water crisis-stricken prisoners in his own state 29,000 bottles of hand sanitizer In prison
The rapper is distributing bottles through him Neighborhood Heroes Foundation In collaboration with Illinois Department of Corrections And Chicago vote. Step one follows March Statement where IDOC and Illinois Department of Public Health Confirmed that Legionella Bacteria were found in the water supply of two prisons in the state. By April, that number had risen to five. Legionella is a bacterium that grows Legionnaire’s disease, A lethal form Pneumonia. It can enter a person’s lungs in two different ways. It can be inhaled through water droplets (for example, during bathing) or through aspiration, when water is injected and enters the lungs and “goes down the wrong pipe.”
Water pollution makes it extremely difficult for prisoners and staff to protect themselves COVID-19Which continues to be widespread in prisons.
“At the end of the day, the disease should not be played with, and everyone should have basic hygiene requirements to help prevent the spread of the virus. It just made sense for my foundation (Neighborhood Heroes) to collaborate with the Chicago vote and the IDOC, “Dark shared in a statement.
In recent months, Durk has come up with a number of initiatives to help people in need and to make the community better. In March, he celebrated the release of his album, “7220,” By giving fans free bitcoin. Back for his birthday OctoberNeighborhoods have teamed up with heroes A&S drinks Provide support for medical services to families of children with disabilities under the age of 17 that they cannot afford.