For King and Country, Christian artists join virtual concert to help developing world suffering amid COVID-19

Leonardo Blair, Christian Post ReporterAug 31, 2020 03:03 PM EDT
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It would be a tragedy, says Joel Smallbone of Christian pop band, for King and Country, if the coronavirus pandemic ended and the world failed to learn anything from it or even grew closer to God.

"This is the one time in our lifetime that every single human being has been affected by something. It doesn't matter your educational level, your affluence level, your location, everyone has been impacted by this pandemic and by the conversation that has taken place this year," Smallbone said in a recent interview with The Christian Post.

Just under 24 million people have been infected with the novel coronavirus globally as of Wednesday evening, according to Johns Hopkins University, and more than 5.8 million of them are located in the United States. More than 821,000 people have died from the virus globally, with just over 179,000 deaths recorded in the U.S.

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