The migratory limbo worsens in Honduras | International

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The Honduran municipality of Danlí has ​​become a stop on the route of thousands of migrants on the journey to the United States. Located one hour from the border with Nicaragua, it provides medical care through Doctors Without Borders posts to those leaving the Darién jungle.

Data from the National Migration Institute counted 257,885 people entering the country irregularly so far this year, with a cutoff until September in Honduras. The Monument to the Mother park has become a makeshift camping area that lacks basic services.

Médecins Sans Frontières staff has detected that the most common complaints among those resting in the camp are acute diarrhea with and without blood, upper respiratory tract infections, skin and soft tissue conditions, among others. Overcrowded and unsanitary conditions have complicated diseases.

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