COVID-19 spreads in cramped Rohingya refugee camp

The UN refugee agency has been constructing isolation shelters and quarantine facilities but infections continue to rise.

Monsoon weather in Bangladesh is adding to growing concerns for more than one million Rohingya refugees at risk of coronavirus.

Aid workers have repeatedly warned of the disastrous toll it could take on the world’s largest refugee camp, as infections there continue to spread.

Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Jamjoom reports.