Philippines: The virus is still sweeping through the country.
But that hasn’t slowed the city of Río de Janeiro from building a new hospital.
The first of its kind in the country, the new facility, designed by British architect Stuart Hall, will be built to treat the countrys newest coronaviruses and other potentially deadly viruses.
The $6 billion project is designed to address the country’s pandemic and provide new life to more than 10,000 people.
The Ríó de Janeiro hospital is part of a massive hospital infrastructure overhaul in the capital that is taking place in response to the coronaviral pandemic.
“The city is getting ready for its coronavorae [and] they have the infrastructure for it,” said Jose A. Rodríguez, the executive director of the Ríos Hospital.
“We are very pleased about the progress we are making.”
The first step to the new hospital is the construction of a $6.7 billion hospital complex, which will include a new main hospital, a new tertiary and community hospital as well as a hospital for patients with respiratory and urinary infections.
The new complex will be able to accommodate the coronovirus patients who are already in the community or who are hospitalized.
The city has been overwhelmed by the coronivirus epidemic, and hospitals are overwhelmed by patients.
There are only about 8,000 hospitals in the city.
The hospital, designed to be fully self-sufficient, will house 10,700 patients and staff.
The complex is expected to be finished by the end of the year, and the new complex is now undergoing a construction process.
The facility will have more than 6,000 beds and a capacity of 1,500 beds.
The building is expected take up about 6.5 square kilometers of land.
The construction of the new building is also part of the country s new national strategy to fight the virus.
“There is a huge need for more hospitals,” said Rodróguez.
“It is a real challenge to build a new health facility because of the enormous pressure that the government is under.”
The building will be constructed in two phases.
The public hospital will be completed in three phases: Phase 1, which covers a five-year period, Phase 2 and Phase 3.
The Phase 1 phase will consist of an outpatient and a general hospital.
Phase 2 will consist in two hospitals, an inpatient and a rehabilitation center.
Phase 3 will consist on the construction phase.
The total cost of Phase 1 and Phase 2 is estimated to be about $4.3 billion.
Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 1 $6,7 billion Phase 1: $6bn Phase 2: $4bn Phase 3: $2bn The project is expected cost about $1.5 billion per year.
The project also includes a new facility for the public hospital, the construction and rehabilitation of the public university, and a new medical school.
Rodriquez said the project will not only improve the hospital, but will also bring in many other benefits.
“This is a big project, it is a project that will benefit the entire community, the residents of Rádio da Tijuca and also other hospitals in Rio de Janeiro,” said Rodriguez.
“In the coming months we will be making progress in building the facility and I will continue to work with the authorities to ensure that this project goes forward smoothly.”
A major goal of the project is to make Ríou de Janeiro one of the most attractive destinations for tourists.
The countrys tourism industry is at a historic low, according to the OECD.
There were only about 7.2 million visitors in 2015, down from about 7 million in 2000.
Rods recent visit to the country has been an eye-opener for the country , as he visited the country to learn about its health, infrastructure and culture.
“Rio is one of my favorite countries, and I love seeing the beauty of this city,” Rodrices said.
“I have never been to Rio before and I’m glad I did.
I think the people are really enthusiastic and excited about the project and the fact that they are putting all this effort in building this facility.”
Rodrís visit has also helped ease some of the economic pressure on the country that was already present.
The number of tourists visiting the country fell from around 1.3 million in 2010 to less than 400,000 last year, according the Philippine Association of Tourism Companies (PATIC).
“The number of visitors has decreased because of a number of reasons,” said the PATIC president, Ernesto Santos.
“Tourism has been very low, and tourism is a very important sector for the economy in Rio.”
The PAT IC said there are some advantages to visiting Ríu de Janeiro, including the lack of the pandemic, and that tourists are willing to pay more to get there.
“When we think about tourism