Mexico’s Covid-19 Hospitalisation Operational Unit of the Military Field 1, in Mexico City, originally a military dormitory, was adapted to serve coronavirus patients. Photo: AFPMexico’s Covid-19 Hospitalisation Operational Unit of the Military Field 1, in Mexico City, originally a military dormitory, was adapted to serve coronavirus patients. Photo: AFP
Mexico’s Covid-19 Hospitalisation Operational Unit of the Military Field 1, in Mexico City, originally a military dormitory, was adapted to serve coronavirus patients. Photo: AFP

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Mexico’s Covid-19 Hospitalisation Operational Unit of the Military Field 1, in Mexico City, originally a military dormitory, was adapted to serve coronavirus patients. Photo: AFPMexico’s Covid-19 Hospitalisation Operational Unit of the Military Field 1, in Mexico City, originally a military dormitory, was adapted to serve coronavirus patients. Photo: AFP
Mexico’s Covid-19 Hospitalisation Operational Unit of the Military Field 1, in Mexico City, originally a military dormitory, was adapted to serve coronavirus patients. Photo: AFP
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