The cemetery workers who bury them don't know what killed the newly deceased. But there's no denying that there's been an increasing number of people getting sick in the port city of Aden – likely from the coronavirus.
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The first coronavirus case in Aden, the government's interim capital, was recorded about a month ago. Since then, the total number of deaths registered in the city has "increased seven-fold", according to a physician at a public hospital.
The revelation raises serious concerns as the country already faces a major threat of Covid-19 outbreak in the backdrop of its health infrastructure which remains in shambles due to the years of war.
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