Yesterday, Thursday, pioneers of social networking sites shared photos and videos of the collapse of a field hospital dedicated to treating patients with coronavirus in Qatar.
It appears that the accident was the result of strong winds blowing with heavy rains, as the footage circulated shows the hospital has almost completely collapsed, while some people were fleeing from the place, while there were no reports of casualties.
Qatar constructed the makeshift hospital of tents, about two weeks ago, in the “Umm Salal” area in the north of the capital, Doha, at the direction of the Ministry of Health, which has yet to comment on the incident.
It has 3,000 beds in its first stage for use in field isolation, according to local country reports.
The overall outcome of the recorded infections with the Corona virus in Qatar amounted to 13,409 infections, 10 deaths, and 1,372 people recovering.
#Field_ Hospital Collapse A hospital is charged with 120 million, and the state is responsible for losses and watermelon. It comes easily without any stent or reinforcement. The worst one is constructed by laying stents. How is a hospital with doctors and patients with ease? They must be held accountable to so-and-so. Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim and Dr. Abdul Latif Al-Khal pic.twitter.com/VYUwsktjTE
Rakan Al Hajri (@rakaan_turki) April 30, 2020