Incredible time-lapse footage shows Chinese workers toiling day and night to build a massive quarantine camp with over 4,000 isolation suites to fight coronavirus

  • Chinese workers have assembled hundreds of units in a huge quarantine centre in Hebei within 138 hours 
  • Local officials said 606 furnished suites would be ready today and another 1,173 would be finished tomorrow  
  • The makeshift camp covers 108 acres and is designed to have 4,156 individual apartments when it's complete
  • It's expected to hold thousands of people who have come into direct or indirect contact with COVID patientsWorkers at a Chinese COVID-19 hot spot have assembled thousands of isolation units in a massive makeshift quarantine centre within 138 hours to fight a new coronavirus outbreak.

    A time-lapse video has emerged showing the construction crew working around the clock to erect the emergency facility designed to hold thousands of suspected coronavirus carriers.

    With hundreds of workers and machines toiling day and night for the past five days, nearly 1,200 prefabricated quarantine units have been put together and are now being fine-tuned with interior decorations. China is rushing to build a massive quarantine centre in its new COVID-19 ground zero as an incredible time-lapse video shows construction crews working around the clock to erect the emergency facility to curb a surge of coronavirus infections. In this photo taken on January 16, cranes and construction crews work at the quarantine site in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province

    China is rushing to build a massive quarantine centre in its new COVID-19 ground zero as an incredible time-lapse video shows construction crews working around the clock to erect the emergency facility to curb a surge of coronavirus infections. In this photo taken on January 16, cranes and construction crews work at the quarantine site in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province

    The isolation camp covers 108 acres and is expected to have enough rooms to hold more than 4,000 suspected coronavirus carriers once it¿s finished, authorities said. Workers are seen at the construction site of a quarantine centre in Shijiazhuang

    The isolation camp covers 108 acres and is expected to have enough rooms to hold more than 4,000 suspected coronavirus carriers once it’s finished, authorities said. Workers are seen at the construction site of a quarantine centre in Shijiazhuang

    With hundreds of workers and machines toiling day and night for the past five days, thousands of prefabricated quarantine units filled a vast field in northern Hebei Province, which has become the focus point of the country's latest virus outbreak

    With hundreds of workers and machines toiling day and night for the past five days, thousands of prefabricated quarantine units filled a vast field in northern Hebei Province, which has become the focus point of the country's latest virus outbreak

    The construction began on January 13 in the county of Zhengding on the outskirts of Shijiazhuang city as northern Chinese cities placed millions under lockdown after reporting a fresh wave of infections in recent weeks

    The construction began on January 13 in the county of Zhengding on the outskirts of Shijiazhuang city as northern Chinese cities placed millions under lockdown after reporting a fresh wave of infections in recent weeksLocal officials have said that 606 furnished suites would be ready today while another 1,173 would be finished tomorrow.The isolation camp covers 108 acres and is expected to curb the COVID-19 outbreak in northern Hebei Province, which has become a new virus hot spot in the country.

    The construction began on January 13 in the county of Zhengding on the outskirts of Shijiazhuang city as northern Chinese cities placed millions under lockdown after reporting a fresh wave of infections in recent weeks.

    Over 20,000 local villagers have been sent into quarantine in centralised facilities since clusters of cases started to emerge in Shijiazhuang's Gaocheng District in the beginning of January.

    Following an urgent government order, more than 600 workers and 100 construction machines have been sent to the site, working 24 hours non-stop in sub-zero temperatures to complete the 108-acre development.

    In a time-lapse video released by state broadcaster CCTV, the construction team is seen working from dusk till dawn for the past five days, laying platforms on the brown field and assembling the cabin-like structures at an impressive speed

7 comments:

  1. NOTE THE BARS ON THE WINDOWS

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