U.S. Donates Field Hospital to South Africa for COVID-19 Response

U.S. Donates Field Hospital to South Africa for COVID-19 Response
A $1.4 million, 40-bed field hospital donated to South Africa by the United States has been set up in Mahikeng, the capital of the country's Northwest Province, to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

The hospital was purchased by U.S. Africa Command through the command's Humanitarian Assistance Program, and transferred to South African officials by personnel from the U.S. Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa.
 

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