PHOTOS Auckland's comprehensive hospital reconstructed to receive and treat COVID-19 patients

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Auckland's comprehensive hospital reconstructed to receive and treat COVID-19 patients

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21:03, April 03, 2020

Photo taken on April 3, 2020 shows a temporary tent for initial diagnosis at the entrance area of a comprehensive hospital in Auckland, New Zealand. In order to help fight the COVID-19, a comprehensive hospital in Auckland has reconstructed its waiting building to receive and treat COVID-19 patients with temporary tents dedicated to disinfection and initial diagnosis at its entrance area. New Zealand reported 49 new confirmed and 20 new probable cases of the COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable infections to 868 in the country. (New Zealand Ministry of Health/Handout via Xinhua)

Medical workers take part in training for treating COVID-19 patients at a comprehensive hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, April 3, 2020. In order to help fight the COVID-19, a comprehensive hospital in Auckland has reconstructed its waiting building to receive and treat COVID-19 patients with temporary tents dedicated to disinfection and initial diagnosis at its entrance area. New Zealand reported 49 new confirmed and 20 new probable cases of the COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable infections to 868 in the country. (New Zealand Ministry of Health/Handout via Xinhua)

Medical workers take part in training for treating COVID-19 patients at a comprehensive hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, April 3, 2020. In order to help fight the COVID-19, a comprehensive hospital in Auckland has reconstructed its waiting building to receive and treat COVID-19 patients with temporary tents dedicated to disinfection and initial diagnosis at its entrance area. New Zealand reported 49 new confirmed and 20 new probable cases of the COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable infections to 868 in the country. (New Zealand Ministry of Health/Handout via Xinhua)

Photo taken on April 3, 2020 shows a temporary Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at a comprehensive hospital in Auckland, New Zealand. In order to help fight the COVID-19, a comprehensive hospital in Auckland has reconstructed its waiting building to receive and treat COVID-19 patients with temporary tents dedicated to disinfection and initial diagnosis at its entrance area. New Zealand reported 49 new confirmed and 20 new probable cases of the COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable infections to 868 in the country. (New Zealand Ministry of Health/Handout via Xinhua)

Medical workers take part in training for treating COVID-19 patients at a comprehensive hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, April 3, 2020. In order to help fight the COVID-19, a comprehensive hospital in Auckland has reconstructed its waiting building to receive and treat COVID-19 patients with temporary tents dedicated to disinfection and initial diagnosis at its entrance area. New Zealand reported 49 new confirmed and 20 new probable cases of the COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable infections to 868 in the country. (New Zealand Ministry of Health/Handout via Xinhua)

Medical workers take part in training for treating COVID-19 patients at a comprehensive hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, April 3, 2020. In order to help fight the COVID-19, a comprehensive hospital in Auckland has reconstructed its waiting building to receive and treat COVID-19 patients with temporary tents dedicated to disinfection and initial diagnosis at its entrance area. New Zealand reported 49 new confirmed and 20 new probable cases of the COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed and probable infections to 868 in the country. (New Zealand Ministry of Health/Handout via Xinhua)

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