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FROM THE FIELD: Protecting the displaced in the time of COVID-19

In Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, an isolation centre has been built to provide health care to Rohingya refugees., by IOM

Social distancing and isolation orders imposed to keep the virus at bay, inevitably pose challenges for people living in cramped formal and informal settlements.

Their situation is made more perilous by insufficient access to health, food and clean water.

Read here how  IOM is changing the way it works to ensure that refugees and the displaced are protected, as far as possible, from being infected by the new coronavirus.

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