Conditions for migrants are so dire that Covid-19 isn’t even their deadliest threat

Conditions for migrants are so dire that Covid-19 isn’t even their deadliest threat

Quartz - Latest stories·2020-04-09 20:45

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Until recently, around 3,000 homeless migrants lived in makeshift camps in the streets and public parks of Paris’ north. Long before France became the first country in Europe to confirm a positive case of the Covid-19 respiratory disease in late January, many migrants lived in temporary or communal housing, or on the street. They faced poor sanitary conditions and lacked access to basic medical care. The same people have also been confronting a crack epidemic, harassment from police, exploitative working conditions, and repeated evictions by the authorities.

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