Idlib, Syria, March 27, 2020. A displaced family isolates itself away from displaced people's camps in the vicinity of the village of Deir Hasan in the Idlib governorate, Northern Syria. The family moved its tent to an agricultural land to protect itself from coronavirus (COVID-19). Yaser al-Jasem, a displaced man, said that he erected a tent in a place away from the camp to avoid contacting with others, so that he can keep the infection possibility away from his family. Al-Jasem stressed that he takes some precautionary procedures such as washing hands and using sterilizers, but the lack of water is one of the most basic obstacles facing him. COVID-19 is an infectious disease, caused by SARS-CoV-2, that spread from person-to-person and by respiratory droplets. People could be infected if they inhale droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it is important to keep a one-meter distance (three feet) away from infected people and wash hands for more than 20 seconds.