The 50,000-bed makeshift hospital that has been set up in the National Exhibition and Convention Center will begin receiving COVID-19 patients tomorrow.
The construction companies designed different ventilation systems according to the characteristics of each pavilion.
So far, all the equipment for nurses and doctors have been delivered to the No.3 Pavilion and all workers are operating in shifts to ensure the work continues around the clock.
"We're running out of time right now.
We've a lot to do, including installing the computer systems, the software, and the network, so that the doctors and nurses will be able to begin working tonight."
Over 50,000 workers from state-owned, and private enterprises, have been working day and night on the construction of the sites.
More than 347 toilets along with over 6,700 beds have been put in place at the No. 2 pavilion.
Apart from medical services, the teams at the makeshift hospital will also make sure basic needs of quarantined patients are met, such as food and drink, sleeping, sanitation and WiFi.
City officials say makeshift hospitals primarily care for asymptomatic carriers and provide treatment for those with mild symptoms,
should a patient's condition worsen they will be transferred to designated hospitals for more intensive treatment.