“We can’t do anything to protect ourselves,” says Somali refugee Hamda, who is housed with her mother at a refugee camp in Medan. Photo: Raymondo

‘Slow-motion genocide’: coronavirus fears grow among refugees in Indonesia, Bangladesh and Thailand

  • Rohingya and Somali refugees in camps are particularly vulnerable to Covid-19, given their cramped living situation and limited access to health care
  • But after years in limbo, some are resigned to the bleak prospect of contracting the disease
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
“We can’t do anything to protect ourselves,” says Somali refugee Hamda, who is housed with her mother at a refugee camp in Medan. Photo: Raymondo
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