Hondurans Who Fled Hurricanes Now Face Coronavirus in Overcrowded Shelters

As of Monday,November 16th, there were 55,435 people in 535 shelters across Honduras, government data showed, with the majority in the Valle de Sula where San Pedro de Sula is located.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Tens of thousands of Hondurans are cramming into overcrowded storm shelters, aid workers and officials say, raising concerns that the chaotic set-up will trigger a new spike in coronavirus infections.

Hundreds of thousands of people across Central America have fled their homes after Hurricanes Iota and Eta

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