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Rohingya Broadcast 03.17.2020


Rohingya Broadcast 03.17.2020
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News headlines · As coronavirus deaths top 7,100 worldwide, WHO confirms 2 victims among its staff · Amid pandemic, Bangladesh delays centenary celebration, India shuts down Taj Mahal · Rakhine flare-up kills 21 civilians in Chin state · In New York, 7 more Bangladeshi fall victim to coronavirus · 5 die in gas station shooting in US state of Missouri Shortwave, 31-meter band 9310 kHz 25-meter band, 11570 kHz, 12030 kHz. Report: Hamid Mohammed Hussain (Washington staff) Topic: Watchdog group sees global losses in freedom, democracy. Summary: Democracy and freedom are in a state of decline around the world, the watchdog group Freedom House said in its annual report, released March 4. Even established democracies have lost ground since 2005. Out of the 195 countries assessed, 43% were rated free and 25% were not free. The rest fell in between. Bangladesh was rated partly free; Myanmar was rated not free. Report: Mohammad Rukun Uddin (stringer) Topic: What is being done to protect Rohingya camps from novel coronavirus? Translation summary: Over the weekend, at a small storefront in Kutupalong Camp 3, owner Mohammad Salah and several customers shared concerns about COVID-19. Salah said a “senior person” had wrongly explained to him that the dangerous virus is an “insect developed from soil” and that it can’t withstand warm temperatures. Misinformation is rife about the virus, which is believed to have been transmitted from animals to humans at a Chinese market selling wild animals. Ritthick Chowdhury, executive engineer for the Department of Public Health Engineering, coordinates water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects affecting the camps. “We are strengthening our preparedness plan,” he told a VOA journalist visiting his Cox’s Bazar office Sunday. He said WASH teams were collaborating on a health department campaign to raise awareness about the need for washing hands. Chowdhury also said the government was trying to limit outsiders’ access to the camps to minimize infection risks. “Precaution is better than cure,” he said.

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