Gaza: Healthcare infrastructure crumbling

A financial crisis in Gaza is forcing hospitals and clinics to close. Patients cannot use intensive care beds and those with contagious diseases are forced to stay in overcrowded rooms.

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    A financial crisis in Gaza is forcing hospitals and clinics to close. Patients cannot use intensive care beds and those with contagious diseases are forced to stay in overcrowded rooms. Qatar and the UAE have provided money to install generators in hospitals, but it could be another week before this is implemented.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Gaza.


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