Fears are mounting for the thousands of refugees who live in the filthy, cramped camps of Cox Bazar in Bangladesh, after a Rohingya man became the first to test positive for COVID-19. The World Health Organization later clarified there has been one case involving a Rohingya man and there has been a second case of a local man who lived near the camp.
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