COVID victims are forced into filthy warehouses in Venezuela

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BNN Bloomberg

“The conditions at these centers suggest there’s violations of basic human rights and protections,” said Kathleen Page, professor at the Johns Hopkins University Division of Infectious Diseases. “This feels punitive and will certainly be a disincentive to testing. More transmission will occur in the community as people who don’t get diagnosed with COVID are not likely to self-isolate.”