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Socio-Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Returnee Migrants in Bangladesh

It is reported that more than 5 lakh migrants have returned to Bangladesh in the last couple of months (February-May 2020). Most migrants have returned from the Middle East and Europe. And about one thousand migrants have died of coronavirus at home and abroad. Research revealed that migrants who remain abroad are at risk of unemployment, hunger, housing crisis and infection as a result of lockdowns or blockades. As well as migrants who returned they faced social discrimination, isolation, economic crisis, extreme uncertainty and instability..

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It is reported that more than 5 lakh migrants have returned to Bangladesh in the last couple of months (February-May 2020). Most migrants have returned from the Middle East and Europe. And about one thousand migrants have died of coronavirus at home and abroad. Research revealed that migrants who remain abroad are at risk of unemployment, hunger, housing crisis and infection as a result of lockdowns or blockades. As well as migrants who returned they faced social discrimination, isolation, economic crisis, extreme uncertainty and instability..

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It is reported that more than 5 lakh migrants have returned to Bangladesh in the last couple of months (February-May 2020). Most migrants have returned from the Middle East and Europe. And about one thousand migrants have died of coronavirus at home and abroad. Research revealed that migrants who remain abroad are at risk of unemployment, hunger, housing crisis and infection as a result of lockdowns or blockades. As well as migrants who returned they faced social discrimination, isolation, economic crisis, extreme uncertainty and instability...

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It is reported that more than 5 lakh migrants have returned to Bangladesh in the last couple of months (February-May 2020). Most migrants have returned from the Middle East and Europe. And about one thousand migrants have died of coronavirus at home and abroad. Research revealed that migrants who remain abroad are at risk of unemployment, hunger, housing crisis and infection as a result of lockdowns or blockades. As well as migrants who returned they faced social discrimination, isolation, economic crisis, extreme uncertainty and instability..

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