WORLD Bangladeshi gov't begins ramping up makeshift quarantine, hospital facilities

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Bangladeshi gov't begins ramping up makeshift quarantine, hospital facilities

Xinhua

08:11, May 18, 2020

Photo shows officials and health professionals visiting the Bashundhara COVID-19 Isolation Hospital (Temporary Health Centre) shortly after its inauguration in Dhaka, Bangladesh on May 17, 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues unabated, the Bangladeshi government has begun ramping up makeshift quarantine and hospital facilities in the capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country. (Photos: Xinhua)

Photo shows the Bashundhara COVID-19 Isolation Hospital (Temporary Health Centre) in Dhaka, Bangladesh on May 17, 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues unabated, the Bangladeshi government has begun ramping up makeshift quarantine and hospital facilities in the capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country.

Photo shows the Bashundhara COVID-19 Isolation Hospital (Temporary Health Centre) in Dhaka, Bangladesh on May 17, 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues unabated, the Bangladeshi government has begun ramping up makeshift quarantine and hospital facilities in the capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country.

Photo shows officials and health professionals visiting the Bashundhara COVID-19 Isolation Hospital (Temporary Health Centre) shortly after its inauguration in Dhaka, Bangladesh on May 17, 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues unabated, the Bangladeshi government has begun ramping up makeshift quarantine and hospital facilities in the capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country.

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