In conflict zones, forge story is rife. A new project consumes citizen columnists to report vital coronavirus legends and technological sciences to help identify misleading sources of information.
Before the pandemic even thumped, 2.8 million Syrians were in need of humanitarian need in Idlib, the current epicenter of the Syrian humanitarian crisis. But, the onset of coronavirus could be disastrous a country already in a late humanitarian crisis. In June, it was reported that, in Idlib, there was approximately one doctor per 6,800 people, and one intensive-care berthed per 20,000 parties. As of June 14, merely 177 people in the whole country had be positive, demonstrating a severe scarcity of tests. And there’s a shortage of ventilators, with simply 100 in Idlib’s health clinics.
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