'A medical catastrophe': COVID-19 surges in Syria
In recent weeks, Syria has seen one of its biggest surges of COVID-19. Aid workers are calling the situation “a medical catastrophe.”
This comes on top of a decade of war, millions of people displaced and many hospitals bombed out.
Francisco Otero y Villar of Doctors Without Borders joins us.
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