Health Care For The Migrant Caravan: Flu, Blisters But Definitely Not Smallpox

Sister Bertha Lopez Chaves applies anti-inflammatory eyedrops to a migrant at a stadium in Mexico City where the caravan is resting. Her order is one of roughly 50 groups giving aid to the migrants in the Mexican capital. "We

At a rest stop in Mexico City, adults are treated for respiratory and stomach bugs. Their feet are in bad shape. There’s anxiety and fear among adults and children. But … definitely no smallpox.

(Image credit: James Fredrick for NPR)

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