PHOTOS Beijing builds makeshift lab for coronavirus testing in only 70 hours

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Beijing builds makeshift lab for coronavirus testing in only 70 hours

People's Daily Online

17:11, June 22, 2020

Construction of a makeshift cabin for conducting COVID-19 nucleic acid tests was completed on June 21 at Peking Union Medical College Hospital after only 70 hours. The site contains eight sample-taking rooms, four rooms for making orders and two for comprehensive services for streaming the flow of people. The picture shows a sample-taking room.

Leaders of Peking Union Medical College Hospital inspect the construction progress of a makeshift cabin for conducting COVID-19 nucleic acid tests on the evening of June 20.

The picture shows a truck carrying a makeshift cabin for conducting COVID-19 nucleic acid tests arriving at the north square of the emergency department.

The picture shows the installation site of a makeshift cabin for conducting COVID-19 nucleic acid tests in the early morning of June 20.

The picture shows the installation site of a makeshift cabin for conducting COVID-19 nucleic acid tests in the early morning of June 20.

After toiling overnight, in the early morning of June 20, workers install a makeshift cabin for conducting COVID-19 nucleic acid tests at Peking Union Medical College Hospital.

On the afternoon of June 20, workers brave high temperatures to install the equipment.

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