Paraguay is planning to build two contingency hospitals in a month as the coronavirus pandemic is spreading globally.

The Health Ministry made the announcement in a statement on Tuesday and Paraguay reserved $800,000 for each hospital.

The contingency hospitals are planned to be constructed in four weeks with modular structures to facilitate health services during the emergency caused by the new coronavirus.

The investment will be materialized with the joint efforts of the Health Ministry, Public Works and Communications Ministry and with the support of the Paraguayan Chamber of the Construction Industry.

The statement said one of these hospitals

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