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April 2020 – COVID-19 Pandemic in Turkey: Analysis of Vulnerabilities and Potential Impact Among Refugees

https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000129382/download/
This report (April 2020) showed that nearly 23 percent of refugee households are at risk of COVID-19 due to reasons such as crowding in the house and insufficient access to water and hygiene items.

This report, published in April 2020, showed that nearly 23 percent of refugee households are at risk of COVID-19 for many reasons. Crowding is the most common risk factor, with nearly 45 percent of refugee households having at least three or more people per bedroom. Also, about 32 percent of refugee households are home to at least one member in the high-risk group (i.e. elderly members or those with chronic illness).