DHAKA, May 15 (NNN-AGENCIES) — Two Rohingya refugees have tested positive for coronavirus in the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh, officials say.
These are the first confirmed cases among refugees in Cox’s Bazaar, where around one million Rohingyas are encamped, a government doctor said.
Officials said that those infected were now being treated in isolation.
About 1,900 other refugees are now being isolated for tests.
The Rohingyas in the crowded camps of Cox’s Bazar have been living under lockdown since March 14.