On World Refugee Day, No Major Outbreaks of Chinese Virus in Refugee Camps

And, you know if COVID was rampaging like “wildfire” through CROWDED camps housing millions of “vulnerable” refugees the “carnage” would make headlines worldwide today!

Try as I might, I could find no new stories about my personal petri dish—the huge camp at Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh where we are told a million Muslim Rohingya live cheek by jowl in huts with no way to social distance.

I’ve been following the dire warnings on the expected crisis in the camps for months.

See my most recent posts here and here.  

The first death at Cox’s Bazar was reported on June 3, here. That is over two weeks ago.  We know of one more, so where is the carnage?

Here is a short video from the UN High Commissioner on Refugees and the World Health Organization apparently in time for World Refugee Day today!

The UNHCR says this (not exactly what the Leftwing media is going to trumpet):

We have not seen, or not seen yet I should say, major outbreaks where we feared the most in large concentrations, in refugee camps.

Watch it:

 

But, see here that the international humanitarian industry has moved on to link the Chinese virus to hunger and is warning of a double whammy of starvation and death by COVID.

Here is one thing they say you can do!

Write to Congress and tell them to send more of your tax dollars (borrowed from China) to feed the world.

You can save lives by being an advocate for the hungry, especially the refugees. Bread for the World encourages citizens to write letters to Congress urging them to make global food aid a priority in the budget.

I will be watching and continue to report when (if!) the virus crisis does impact the world’s migrant populations—a real test of the value, or lack of value, of social distancing, or mask-wearing for that matter!

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