refugees in greece

Migrants in Greece | Photo: DW/F. Schmitz
A worker clears up the peach groves in spring in Greece | Photo: Imago
Migrants wearing protective face masks as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), prepare to board a ferry that will transfer them to the mainland, at the port of Mytilene on the island of Lesbos, Greece, March 20, 2020 | Photo:  Reuters/Elias Marcou
The migrants who will be transferred to Britain had to wear protective face masks as a precaution against COVID-19, as they boarded their flight | Photo: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
The Malakasa tent camp was quarantined after a man tested positive for COVID-19 on April 5, 2020 | Photo: picture-alliance/Ayhan Mehmet/AA
A young migrant at an S-Bahn train station in Berlin, 2017 | Photo: picture-alliance
An outbreak of coronavirus at the Moria refugee camp could have disastrous consequences | Photo: Team Humanity
Migrants being examined by medical personnel as they arrived from the island of Lesbos at the Malakasa camp east of Athens, Greece | Photo: EPA/GREEK MINISTRY OF IMMIGRATION
Refugee children outside their tent in an olive grove next to the Moria camp on Lesbos island | Photo: EPA/Dimitris Tosidis
According to IOM, more than 1,600 people live in the Malakasa migrant camp, north of Athens. Last week, the camp recorded its first confirmed coronavirus case, resulting in the “full sanitary isolation” of the camp | Photo: InfoMigrants
The Ritsona camp north of Athens houses 3,000 people | Photo: Valery Sharifulin/TASS/dpa
 Conditions in the Ritsona migrant camp are better than those in camps on the Greek islands. File from October 10, 2019 | Photo: V. Sharifulin/dpa/picture-alliance