How refugee camps in Bangladesh are being defended against covid-19

Coronavirus has begun spreading around refugee settlements, but in one of the world’s largest refugee camp complexes a worst-case scenario may have been avoided. A mathematical model run earlier this year by researchers at Johns Hopkins University – and now published following peer review – may have encouraged authorities to amplify measures that slowed the virus’s spread.



 


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