MSF closed our COVID-19 projects in Germany in May 2020.
This pilot project was subsequently handed over to St Josef hospital in Schweinfurt, Bavaria.
Our teams again worked with asylum seekers and vulnerable groups during our response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in April and May 2020. We provided health education and psychological support to quarantined asylum seekers in Saxony-Anhalt state, and advised groups working with vulnerable people on infection prevention and control measures across parts of the country.
Escaping first Libya, and then coronavirus in Germany
G7 fail to address the biggest threats to global health
Testimonies from Syrian refugees at the border between Croatia and Serbia
“The determination of the refugees to reach their destination is shocking.”
G7: The world is no better prepared today than a year ago to respond to Ebola
MSF at the G8 summit in Germany
Ärzte ohne Grenzen
Am Köllnischen Park 1