The coronavirus pandemic continues to have a crippling impact worldwide as the global death toll reached over 200,000 this week. President and CEO of the ONE Campaign Gayle Smith says this pandemic “strikes the hardest at people who have the fewest things to fall back on.”She says she’s concerned about how the coronavirus pandemic will affect the most vulnerable communities.”I totally understand the imperative of leaders to be focused on the countries they lead,” Smith told “Face the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan in an interview Tuesday. She added, “It’s equally important that they focus on the spread of this pandemic around the globe because it can come back, it can be re-imported, and we could end up in a vicious cycle if we’re not looking outside at the same time we’re focusing inside.”  Gayle Smith: AIDS fight is winnable, but “world is not paying attention” Before leading the ONE Campaign, Smith served as the administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and was a key figure in the response effort to the Ebola crisis of 2014 during her time at the National Security Council. She says from her experience advising presidents on development issues, organizations like the

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