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Medical staff prepares a syringe with a dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine | Photo: Rafayat Haque Khan / Imago / Zuma
From file: Syrian refugee kids at Zaatari camp in Jordan, February 2016 | Photo: Reuters/Muhammad Hamed
Lydia Veyrat, a Beninese nurse's aide employed  in an Ehpad in Isère, has been threatened with expulsion | Photo: Private
The test involves inserting a cotton swab in the nostrils | Photo: Picture-alliance
A child being vaccinated by a pediatrician | Photo: Archive/ANSA/Valdrin Xhemaj
A carer and a patient in an elderly care center | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/O.Berg
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Baobab Experience association with Casetta Rossa in the Garbatella district of Rome organize to bring meals, groceries and basic necessities for migrants | Photo: Picture-alliance/Pacific Press
Musa Deli directs the Gesundheitszentrum für Migrantinnen und Migranten (GfM) in Cologne | Photo: Emma Wallis / InfoMigrants
The NHS provides some services free of charge to undocumented migrants but since 2017 a charging regime has been in place, expecting those who do not have permament leave to remain to pay up front or directly after treatment | Photo: Imago / Zuma/ Joel Goodman
The presentation of the app in Ancona, Italy | Photo: ANSA
Condoms given out for free by the German Aids Service Organization | Photo: Deutsche Aidshilfe/Renata Chueire
From file: Migrants rescued at sea arrive at the port of Malaga in Southern Spain - credit: EPA/Carlos Diaz