18 December 2020. Other publications will follow in 2021.
"The survey was supported by several partners & included almost 30 thousand migrants & refugees in almost all WHO Member States.— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) December 18, 2020
It shows that people living on the streets & in asylum centers are less likely to seek care if they have symptoms of #COVID19"-@DrTedros #MigrantsDay
"To better understand the impacts of #COVID19 in refugee & migrant populations, WHO and a research consortium led by @ResearchUGent & the University of Copenhagen, has conducted a global survey called ‘ApartTogether’"-@DrTedros #MigrantsDayhttps://t.co/JuqaJ2tNxW— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) December 18, 2020
During the pandemic, refugees & migrants living on the street, in insecure accommodation or asylum centres are at ↗️ risk of:— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) December 18, 2020
□ #MentalHealth problems
Camps & camps-like settings require special attention to ↘️ the risk of #COVID19 & its' broader consequences pic.twitter.com/C90gUbcJ8F