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United States of America

MSF closed the last of our COVID-19 projects in the US in mid-October 2020.

MSF provides assistance in the United States during times of national emergency, such as during Hurricane Sandy, or the COVID-19 pandemic.

MSF provided emergency medical and mental healthcare in New York and New Jersey following Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Our teams responded to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in several states across the US. MSF worked with vulnerable groups in New York and on Puerto Rico; in nursing homes in Michigan and Texas; with migrant farmworkers in Florida; and with Native American communities in Arizona and New Mexico.

 
The Migration Protection Protocol in the state of Tamaulipas
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

US must include asylum seekers in COVID-19 response, rather than shut border

Press Release 27 Mar 2020
 
Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz
Central American Migration

Escaping violence into danger – no way out for Central American migrants

Press Release 11 Feb 2020
 
NUEVO LAREDO, NOT A SAFE PLACE
Central American Migration

Report: No way out - The humanitarian crisis for Central American migrants and asylum seekers

Report 11 Feb 2020
 
Matamoros - Asylum-seekers and migrants at the US/Mexico border
Central American Migration

The devastating toll of 'Remain in Mexico' asylum policy one year later

Press Release 29 Jan 2020
 
NUEVO LAREDO, NOT A SAFE PLACE
Central American Migration

Northern Mexican city too dangerous to send back people seeking asylum

Press Release 3 Jul 2019
 
MIGRANTS DAY: NTCA AND MEXICO
Central American Migration

People fleeing put at risk through dangerous government migration policies

Voices from the Field 26 Mar 2019