Berlin to build 1,000-bed coronavirus hospital
18 March 2020 | 11:52 am
The German capital has approved the plans ahead of an expected spike in COVID-19 infections. The armed forces are to be drafted in to help create the facility, which will treat many of the most serious cases.
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