Live: Prefab quarantine units sprout to curb COVID-19 spread

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Prefab quarantine units sprout to curb COVID-19 spread” – below is their description.

Workers in Yuzhou, a region hit hard by #COVID19 in central China’s Henan Province, are racing against time to build thousands of prefabricated rooms to accommodate those who need centralized quarantine. CGTN reports live on how the city is battling the pandemic. #CGTNOnSite

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