Belarus reports first Covid-19 case at emergency migrant shelter

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Belarus has reported the first case of Covid-19 at its emergency migrant shelter near the Polish border on Thursday. According to Belarusian state news agency Belta, a person contracted the virus at a storage facility of a logistics company that has been converted into a migrant camp. The sick person was taken to hospital. Around 1,000 people have slept on the floor of the shelter in a very confined space during the past two nights. A vaccination centre will now be opened in the storage facility, and China’s Sinopharm vaccine will be administered, Belarusian authorities said. Thousands of migr…

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