Saturday, 4 July 2020

Guapiles Hospital installs mobile morgue

It is a refrigerated container for handling up to 16 bodies

The Guapiles Hospital has installed a mobile morgue (morgue movíl in Spanish), a refrigerated container for the handling of up to 16 corpses.

Health authorities are quick to point out that the temporary morgue is for any eventualities that could arise with the COVID-19 pandemic, reported NP Noticias Pococi.

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