Human Rights Watch has warned that is very likely there is lead in the soil of the camp housing former residents of the burned down Moria camp.
Refugees desperate to be moved might be tempted to burn down their camp.
The fires were started during protests against a camp-wide coronavirus lockdown, according to one former resident.
Migrants and aid workers in Greece’s Moria migrant camp say residents are living in fear after the second fatal stabbing in recent weeks.
Residents of the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos are living in fear under lockdown and a spate of vicious knife attacks.
Raw Sewage, Mountains of Garbage, and the Coronavirus: the Devastating Conditions Inside Europe’s Largest Migrant Camp
At least once a week, a sewage pipe bursts and a stream of human feces runs through the camp.
“There’s one shower every 200 people, a toilet every 90 people."
About 1,500 people live in the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. One of them documented his life there for a month.