KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – The diesel fuel needed to produce oxygen for coronavirus patients has run out. So stock up on dozens of essential drugs. Staff, who have been unpaid for months, still show up for work, but struggle to make ends meet at home.
This is the fate of the Afghan-Japan Hospital for Communicable Diseases, the only COVID-19 facility for the more than 4 million people who live in the capital of Kabul. While the coronavirus situation in Afghanistan appears to have improved from a few months ago, when cases peaked, it is now the hospital itself that is in need of resuscitation.
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