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Serbian refugee camp takes measures to contain Covid-19 spread

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Almost 10 million displaced people live in refugee and informal settlements around the world, almost none of whom have been tested for the coronavirus. In Serbia, authorities have placed refugee camps under quarantine to prevent or contain outbreaks of the #Covid-19 disease.

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