SEE O! American Rapper, Meek Mill Advocates For Safety Against Coronavirus
March. 26, 2020
American rapper, Robert Rihmeek Williams, popularly known as Meek Mill has advised his fans on how they could ask for reform Alliance's new S.A.F.E.R. Plan to protect prisoners from contracting the deadly coronavirus.
Last week, Mill's criminal justice organization launched the S.A.F.E.R. Plan, which outlines how correctional facilities and supervision offices can prevent the spread of COVID-19 among inmates, the guards and staff who return to their outside communities each day.
"We're fighting hard, but we need everyone's voice right now. Talk to your Governor today and tell him to protect people behind bars from #COVID19. Safer prisons = safer communities," the Philadelphia-born rapper tweeted with a link.
REFORM Alliance's page addresses how hardly any states have addressed the coronavirus pandemic's effect on the 2.3 million people in jails and prisons across the United States, which don't provide adequate environments to implement CDC- and WHO-recommended social distancing and self-quarantine practices.
According to the Ex-incarcerated artist, 38, who took to his Twitter on Tuesday to share his unusual declining health status back in December 2019, said that he might have contracted COVID-19 at the time. "I was extremely sick in December around Christmas time with flu-like symptoms... every day I said to myself an older person cannot survive this!" Mill wrote. "I lost like 15 pounds and could barely move! I have never been that sick but a doctor never told me what it was."
Read Mill's statement Below:
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