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The pandemic COVID-19 is confronting every level of society, all over the world. What will this mean for the most vulnerable groups in our communities, including refugees and internally displaced people? Coronavirus concerns have been canvased in our Weekly News Roundup in recent weeks (subscribe free), but you can catch up here on key commentary about the issue. 

10 Things You Should Know about Coronavirus and Refugees, Norwegian Refugee Council, March 2020

Coronavirus will decimate refugee communities if we don’t act now, Norwegian Refugee Council, 16 March 2020

Coronavirus Emergency Aid Funding, The New Humanitarian, 12 March 2020

Coronavirus Fears are Bearing Down on Syrian Refugees, VOA News, 28 Feb. 2020

Coronavirus is Spreading across Borders, But It is Not a Migration, MPI Commentary, March 2020 

How Coronavirus Hits Migrants and Asylum Seekers in Italy, The New Humanitarian, 16 March 2020 

How the Coronavirus Outbreak Could Hit Refugees and Migrants, The New Humanitarian, 27 Feb. 2020

How the Coronavirus is Impacting Immigration, Immigration Impact Blog, March 2020) [text]

No Soap, Little Water, and No Way Out: Refugee Camps Brace for Coronavirus, Vice News, 13 March 2020 

Refugees Must be Included in COVID-19 Response, Not Vilified or Ignored, APRRN, March 2020 

Q&A: WHO's Mike Ryan on How Countries in Crisis Can Prepare for a Coronavirus Epidemic, The New Humanitarian, 12 March 2020 [text]

Trump’s Immigration Policy Could Cause a Coronavirus Disaster in Migrant Border Camps, Vox, 9 March 2020

US: Immigrants Can Seek Coronavirus Care Without Fear, AP News, 13 March 2020 

Nauru declares 'state of emergency' to manage coronavirus pandemic, SBS News, 18 March 2020

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