Abu Siddik, a Rohingya refugee in Cox’s Bazar, with his son, who is recovering from some wounds. Photo: MSF Abu Siddik, a Rohingya refugee in Cox’s Bazar, with his son, who is recovering from some wounds. Photo: MSF
Abu Siddik, a Rohingya refugee in Cox’s Bazar, with his son, who is recovering from some wounds. Photo: MSF

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh struggle with fear and stigma amid coronavirus

  • Some refugees living in cramped camps are afraid to seek medical help due to misconceptions about Covid-19
  • Experts worry the spread of the virus among this community may be more serious than figures reveal, and warn that a spike could have devastating consequences

Topic |   Rohingya Muslims
Abu Siddik, a Rohingya refugee in Cox’s Bazar, with his son, who is recovering from some wounds. Photo: MSF Abu Siddik, a Rohingya refugee in Cox’s Bazar, with his son, who is recovering from some wounds. Photo: MSF
Abu Siddik, a Rohingya refugee in Cox’s Bazar, with his son, who is recovering from some wounds. Photo: MSF
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