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Greece begins moving some of the migrants affected by the fire in Moria to a makeshift camp

The Greek authorities began moving some of the migrants to a makeshift camp on the island of Lesbos this Sunday, who were left unprotected after the fires that devastated Moria camp, where around 12,000 people lived, this week.

The migrants are taken to a makeshift camp set up in a military facility on the island with a capacity of around 3,000 people. This means that most of them will be left without accommodation until new solutions are found, the Greek newspaper reports. ‘Kathimerini’.

A first group of 150 migrants arrived at the crime scene early that day. All of them must undergo PCR to detect possible cases of coronavirus, and those that test positive are transferred to an isolation area.

Greece begins moving some of the migrants affected by the fire in Moria to a makeshift camp
Greece begins moving some of the migrants affected by the fire in Moria to a makeshift camp

Ministry of Migration and Asylum sources have highlighted that priority will be given to families and people from “vulnerable groups”, although the above media has indicated that there are migrants who refuse to move to the new camp and ask for it to be brought to mainland Greece. .

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