Rohingya refugee camp first confirmed infection New Coronavirus May 15 18:58

A new coronavirus infection was confirmed for the first time in a refugee camp in neighboring Bangladesh, where more than 800,000 Rohingya refugees, a minority Muslim minority in Myanmar, live densely, and there is concern that the infection will spread in the future. I am.

According to UNHCR = United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, one refugee was confirmed to be infected with the new coronavirus at a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar in southern Bangladesh on the 14th.

This is the first time an infection has been confirmed in this refugee camp, and the infected are being quarantined and are being investigated.

In this refugee camp, more than 800,000 Rohingya refugees who have fled neighboring Myanmar live in dense tents and huts, and the sanitary environment is poor. NGO Save The Children is worried that thousands of people may die because of poor health care.