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2020 COVID-19 Response Plan for Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis - April to December

As of 28 June, Bangladesh had reported 133,978 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 2,526 of which had been identified in Cox’s Bazar District, including 50 Rohingya refugees.

Cox’s Bazar District is at extreme risk, given the highly congested conditions in the refugee camps, the high levels of vulnerability among the Rohingya refugee and Bangladeshi communities, and a national healthcare system that was already under severe strain before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Operation(s)/ Webspace(s): 
Organization(s): 
Inter Sector Coordination Group - Bangladesh
Original Publication Date: 
22 Jul 2020
Document type: 
Strategy
Location(s): 
Cox's Bazar
Theme(s): 
COVID-19
Strategic Planning
Coordination hub(s): 
Cox's Bazar
Disaster(s)/Emergency: 
Bangladesh: Rohingya Refugee Crisis 2017-2021