Iran’s army sets up hospital in virus-stricken capital

TEHRAN, IRAN (AP) — The Iranian military has set up a 2,000-bed hospital in an exhibition centre in the capital to shore up the local health care system as it battles the worst coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East, state TV reported. It said the new facility, which includes three units and several isolation wards, was set up in just 48 hours. It will be used for patients who are recovering from the COVID-19 illness caused by the virus.  More details in Weekend’s Borneo Bulletin