Migrants Face “Double Threat” Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Article By WN.com Guest Writer Jacqueline Skalski-Fouts Virginia, USA As an economic recession looms, migrants vulnerable to poverty, facing conflict, displacement, or unsafe working and living conditions require greater economic support as unemployment rises, access to PPEs, and legal assistance. Migrant workers have been at the forefront of the world economy during the COVID-19 pandemic, as essential workers. Yet, at the same time this comes with risk. In the United States, migrant workers labor in the fields of California’s Central Valley, the state’s wine region, as fires burn along the West Coast, turning the air red and hazardous. In the farms of Almería, Spain, Moroccan migrant farm...
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