Photos: How the world is mobilizing to make pop-up hospitals

A temporary 3,000-bed hospital has been set up at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City to serve patients who are not being treated for coronavirus infection.
(Noam Galai / Getty Images)
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With the number of coronavirus patients around the world growing at a rapid clip, construction of hospitals and hospital beds has also ramped up around the world.

New York

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Colombia

Britain

Vietnam

Guatemala

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