Bangladesh's response to the highly contagious coronavirus outbreak, which includes measures such as restricting freedom of movement and assembly in crowded places, has come under the scanner due to concerns over insufficient attention towards the elderly in the Rohingya refugee camps.

The nonprofit Amnesty International (AI) said in a report on Monday that the measures did not sufficiently cater to the most vulnerable people in the camps, underlining that oversight could lead to devastating consequences. EFE-EPA