A new medical facility in the city of Wuhan opened its doors to patients Monday after just 10 days of construction, marking the latest effort by Chinese officials to stymie the rapidly spreading coronavirus that has sickened more than 17,000 people in the country.
Dubbed the “super-fast hospital” by the state-owned China Daily newspaper, construction of the 1,000-bed Huoshenshan hospital began formally on Jan. 25. Officials hope the facility will relieve pressure on Wuhan’s already overcrowded medical institutions, where some seeking care have been turned away because of a shortage of beds and basic supplies. Washington Post:
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