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Lysandra Chadefaux Nov 27
Third week of quarantine for more than 7.000 people locked inside the military camp in Lesbos. The wind is getting stronger and the weather it's cold and wet next to the sea. There is still no hot water to take a shower or proper toilets. (made by a resident of the camp)
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Covid Action Network Nov 24
Residents of camp lack basic amenities such as hot running water and reliable electricity, yet they are under the same measures as most of us. Covid Action Network spoke to , and the camp's residents.
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Franziska Grillmeier Nov 25
“Working as a doctor inside feels like watching a patient who’s bleeding, but not treating the cause,” says one medic after shift today. This summer one doctor of told me: “It feels like treating someone with a burn while person is still standing in the fire”. /1
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Eleni Konstantopoulo Nov 23
finding practical environmentally friendly solutions to their communication needs, when living without electricity in
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Franziska Grillmeier Nov 24
“When can we go to the doctor again, asks my [6yo-son] every day even if my appointment was just yesterday” says 37-yo father in , “once we walk outside the entrance his eyes follow the cars drive by as if he watches TV and he starts moving in joy on my hand.” /1 ⬇️
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Franziska Grillmeier Nov 24
Replying to @f_grillmeier
There is still no hot running water inside . The nights are turning really cold & dump on . Residents report to not sleep before 3am because of wind moving in the tents. Electricity is switching off regularly. “It is hard to keep contact on phone,” says father. /4
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Franziska Grillmeier Nov 28
This week most of the self-organized schools with inhabitants teaching children & youth inside had to close. The plan of the camp management & UNHCR is to build one bigger educational facility in the camp. But that might take months to be completed. So in meantime?
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Riot Turtle Nov 24
Thread by about the situation of people living in on .
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Franziska Grillmeier Nov 29
There are many things to say about current situation of 7,200 women, men & children in & winterization plans after visited this weekend. However, for now I’ll share some pictures of today, focusing on resilience of people, nearly 3 mon after fire. /1
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Look at moria 2 ⛺ Nov 23
Protest for not having electricity, we have not had electricity for two days
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Claire Dunne Nov 30
Replying to @clairedunne_
Many of my patients contained in camp are survivors of torture. Conditions here are severely retraumatizing and detrimental to their mental health and wellbeing. They should be evacuated to safe and dignified accommodation
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Look at moria 2 ⛺ Nov 24
I didn't wash my body for nearly one month because the water and weather is very cold 🙏 🚿
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Look at moria 2 ⛺ Nov 24
We do not have electricity yet and we charge our mobile phone with sunlight ☀️ ,
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RSA 21h
Replying to @rspaegean
According to reports, the quarantine area is very close to the beach and the tents are even more exposed to the winds. There is also no permanent presence of staff there, therefore in case of emergency there is no easy access to assistance.
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Elpida #ShutDownAllCamps Nov 24
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Look at moria 2 ⛺ Nov 23
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Look at moria 2 ⛺ Nov 23
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Look at moria 2 ⛺ Nov 23
A Protester said: we are two days in darkness, and police said: an electrician tomorrow will come and look
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Marion Bergermann Nov 26
Nice idea but if even EU officials in Brussels have cold feet, how is it for refugees in and elsewhere?
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Moria Nov 23
We have been living without electricity for 2 days and the police say that tomorrow the electrician will come and check
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