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Medics in West Sulawesi General Hospital battled exhaustion and the risk of COVID-19 as they raced Monday to treat scores of people injured by a devastating earthquake. The hospital was scrambling to open up more rooms for surgery and erect additional tents outside to treat the injured. Fearing an outbreak of coronavirus in the crowded camps, authorities were trying to separate high- and low-risk groups.
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