In 2020 at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a modeling study was conducted to evaluate the potential impact of COVID-19 in refugee settings, specifically looking at the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. The authors argue that projections of the potential COVID-19 burden, epidemic speed, and healthcare needs in such settings are critical for preparedness planning.
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