The Moria camp on the Aegean island of Lesvos housed more than 10,000 people before being deliberately destroyed by two fires in September 2020
The picture captured the moment a child was running to take shelter from a raging fire at Moria refugee camp
The Regional Authority of the Northern Aegean said on Monday that it was taking legal action against a nongovernment organization called Moria Corona Awareness Team after it referred to "the Greek side of the island" of Lesvos in a post on its Facebook page last Thursday, thereby implying that there is a non-Greek side of the island.
Asylum seekers residing at the reception and identification center in Moria, Lesvos, staged a protest on Wednesday asking Greek athorities to be moved off the island, as they fear they risk being infected with the coronavirus by staying in the overcrowded camp.
The protestors stood outside the camp holding banners that read "Freedom for all. We are exposed to Covid-19."
Twenty unaccompanied refugee minors were scheduled to leave the overcrowded camp of Moria on Lesvos island on Tuesday for mainland Greece, from where they will depart for Germany and relocation there on April 18.
In addition, another 20 asylum applicants are also leaving for Piraeus through a program of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, to be housed in facilities on the mainland.
Migrants from the Moria camp on Lesvos are seen on Wednesday sewing handmade protective face masks at the premises of the nongovernment organization Team Humanity after the Greek government imposed a nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). [Elias Marcou/Reuters]