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206, 2020

Quios – June

2 June, 2020|

Despite the difficulties generated by covid19, efforts continue on the island to carry out decent medical treatment. This May it reached the symbolic figure of 100 volunteer teams that have passed through Chios. Thanks to this effort, 50 to 70 people a day continue to be served on the ground. We are following the cases that due to the symptoms it is suspected that they may be infected with covid19. As of today, there are approximately 80 people in follow-up, although none is diagnosed because te [...]

206, 2020

Aita Mari – June

2 June, 2020|

AITA MARI-Maydayterraneo On May 7, we received an inspection after having docked in the port of Palermo and having sanitized the ship after the last rescue. The Italian authority then immobilized the Aita Mari with a series of requirements that do not correspond to the type of ship. The same fate fell on the Alan Kurdi. Since then, we have protested this situation and demand the release of both solidarity ships. As we mentioned above, one of the actions is to collect signatures to show popular s [...]

1904, 2020

Quios-April

19 April, 2020|

In Chios, the medical team is monitoring cases with symptoms similar to COVID-19. For now, only one soldier's positive has been confirmed on the island. Even so, the Government is not conducting a road test, so we suspect that the number could be higher. After the events of early March, in which Turkey favored the crossing of migrants to Greece, the situation has calmed down. The team has been able to go up to Vial to continue with medical attention. Even so, we have had to attend 10 landings wi [...]

1904, 2020

Aita Mari-April

19 April, 2020|

AITA MARI-Maydayterraneo On March 15 we were forced to postpone the third mission of the Aita Mari. The context in Italy due to the coronvirus was (and is) uncertain. Therefore, we were not certain that, in the event of a rescue, the transalpine country would allow a rescue. In addition, a storm was thrown over it that would have made the navigation very complicated. In this way, the ship remained in Syracuse (Sicily). After evaluating the development of the pandemic, we decided to transfer it t [...]