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IOM's COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Situation Reports

Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, globally, IOM has been working with Member States and partners to prepare and respond to the outbreak, with operational and technical support in the areas of migration and health.The aim of IOM’s COVID-19 activities is to propose ways to support countries that may need additional resources – financial, technical or operational –for preparedness or response to help ensure further infections are prevented, and to assist health systems so they have the capacity to cope with COVID-19 from a mobility perspective.

IOM Responds to Covid-19

Message from the Director General

Over the past few weeks, across much of the world, our lives have been upended in ways few could have anticipated.
People have had to make drastic and sudden adjustments to their lives, working from home, caring for children who can no longer go to school, restricting movements to essential needs only.
In the midst of this global crisis, which is setting at unprecedented speed, and whose duration we cannot foresee, many of us are naturally concerned for our loved ones, particularly those who are the most vulnerable, whether because of age or health factors.