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First COVID-19 case in Rohingya camp could potentially
More than 850,000 ethnic Rohingyas who fled from neighboring Myanmar now live in flimsy bamboo and tarpaulin shelters across 34 overcrowded camps in Teknaf and Ukhiya sub-districts in Cox’s Bazar. Susceptible living conditions, lack of basic amenities, and poor facility make people’s lives more vulnerable, especially that of women and girls.
First COVID-19 case in Rohingya camp could potentially
More than 850,000 ethnic Rohingyas who fled from neighboring Myanmar now live in flimsy bamboo and tarpaulin shelters across 34 overcrowded camps in Teknaf and Ukhiya sub-districts in Cox’s Bazar. Susceptible living conditions, lack of basic amenities, and poor facility make people’s lives more vulnerable, especially that of women and girls.
First COVID-19 case in Rohingya camp could potentially
More than 850,000 ethnic Rohingyas who fled from neighboring Myanmar now live in flimsy bamboo and tarpaulin shelters across 34 overcrowded camps in Teknaf and Ukhiya sub-districts in Cox’s Bazar. Susceptible living conditions, lack of basic amenities, and poor facility make people’s lives more vulnerable, especially that of women and girls.

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