The IOM has put together information in seven languages for migrants who may be facing difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic | Photo: Courtesy of IOM
A migrant digs a hole in a temporary camp next to the Moria refugee camp on the Greek Aegean island of Lesbos on June 21, 2020 | Photo: Angelos Tzortzinis/DPA
Displaced families with their belongings at the border post of Chissanda in Dundo, near the border with DR Congo, in Angola | Photo: EPA/Ampe Rogerio
Around 120 asylum seekers are accommodated in the "Allianzhaus" in the city center of Mainz, Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Andreas Arnold
Two kids who were rescued off the coast of Libya in August 2019 | Photo: ANSA/Stringer
Refugee boys from South Sudan work in a flour mill in Kalobeyei settlement, near Kakuma Refugee Camp in Turkana county, northern Kenya, 24 June 2019 | Photo: EPA/DAI KUROKAWA
Cow carcass being put up in a slaughterhouse in Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/O.Krato
Refugee councils have been calling for asylum seekers to be moved out of collective accommodation facilities like this one in Ingelheim, Rhineland-Palatinate to individual accommdation since the early days of the coronavirus outbreak | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/A. Arnold
A row of pig carcasses hang in a slaughterhouse in Mannheim | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/R.Wittek
A migrant family from Tajikistan rents an apartment in Moscow, Russia, one of 48 countries to deport non-nationals on the basis of HIV status | picture-alliance
Children playfully run away from a fumigation machine which is disinfecting a camp for IDPs in Maiguduri as a preventative measure against the spread of COVID-19  | Photo: Audu Marte / AFP
138 out of 175 migrants in a hostel in Lisbon tested positive for coronavirus in Portugal on Sunday. They have been placed in quarantine | Photo: Reuters / Rafael Marchante