Police teams inspect a seven-bed hospital during a raid at a villa, which was illegally turned into a medical facility in Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, northwest of Manila. Photo: AP Police teams inspect a seven-bed hospital during a raid at a villa, which was illegally turned into a medical facility in Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, northwest of Manila. Photo: AP
Police teams inspect a seven-bed hospital during a raid at a villa, which was illegally turned into a medical facility in Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, northwest of Manila. Photo: AP

Two arrested in raid at Philippine illegal hospital for Chinese coronavirus patients

  • Over 200 suspected rapid test kits and a patient were found at the villa in Clark Freeport that had been illegally turned into a seven-bed hospital
  • Police said most of the medical facility’s clients may have come from the large numbers of Chinese nationals working in online gambling outfits

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Police teams inspect a seven-bed hospital during a raid at a villa, which was illegally turned into a medical facility in Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, northwest of Manila. Photo: AP Police teams inspect a seven-bed hospital during a raid at a villa, which was illegally turned into a medical facility in Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, northwest of Manila. Photo: AP
Police teams inspect a seven-bed hospital during a raid at a villa, which was illegally turned into a medical facility in Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, northwest of Manila. Photo: AP
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