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The coronaviruses that have struck South and Central America and the Caribbean have claimed tens of thousands of lives, but it’s also brought economic pain for the people of those countries, and even caused them to move abroad.

The countries of the Americas have been hit especially hard, with Mexico’s economy teetering on the brink of collapse, and Venezuela, one of the world’s poorest countries, facing the prospect of the worst economic crisis since the 1930s.

In South America, the epidemic has been particularly devastating for the countrys poorest people, who have been hardest hit by the pandemic.

Many have been forced to flee their homes and to move to areas of the country where the pandemics most likely will spread.

It’s no wonder that the death toll is so high in the Americas.

In Mexico, for example, over 5,000 people have died, and some experts have even suggested that as many as 25 percent of the population may be infected.

In Colombia, the toll has reached a staggering 300,000.

The pandemic has also made life increasingly difficult for millions of people living in countries like the Dominican Republic, which has a population of nearly 2 million.

The economic hardships of the affected countries have led to a significant increase in the number of people arriving in the U.S., as well.

A report from the U,S.

Census Bureau released this week found that the number living in the country has risen by over 8 million, and the number seeking asylum has risen to a record high of 3.4 million.

Some experts have also blamed the pandepics increase in human trafficking as the reason for the increase in migrants coming to the U.

“According to the report, more than half of all people in the Dominican republic are migrants.

Some estimates suggest that the influx of migrants from the Dominican is in the order of 3 million per day.

In the U., a new report released last month by the Institute for the Study of Migration, a non-profit group, found that a staggering 5.8 million people from Mexico have crossed the border into the U.; nearly all of them have come from Central America.

The majority of those arriving are unaccompanied minors.

According to a report from Human Rights Watch, unaccompanied minors are at risk of being forcibly transported from Central American countries and forced into sex slavery, where they are forced to work in conditions that are deplorable.

Many of those caught crossing into the United States have no legal recourse as to where they can go.

They are often arrested and detained without a court order.

They must be taken to the border to await deportation, which can take up to a month.

The situation is especially dire in El Salvador, where many have been apprehended at the border.

Human Rights watch also said that some migrants are forced into prostitution, which is often inhumane and degrading.

According a report by the International Organization for Migration, over a million migrants are currently detained in El Paso, Texas.

The group reported that over 1,500 children have been sexually abused during the past four years.

As a result, the IOM has called on El Paso to enact policies to protect children, and it has called for the establishment of an independent children’s protection unit.

But even those who have fled are still in need of help.

Human rights groups have called for a crackdown on the human traffickers that have exploited people like children for profit, which could lead to further economic hardship for the countries that are most vulnerable.

According the report from IOM, in the past two years, over 1.5 million people have been trafficked.

This figure is more than double the total number of trafficking victims identified in 2010.

For many of those migrants, it can be the first time they have been exposed to the harsh realities of forced labor and sex slavery.

Human trafficking is a crime in El Diego, the capital of Honduras.

Human Trafficking Victims of the Third World is a project of the IEP, which works to improve the lives of trafficked victims of all kinds by providing them with the necessary resources and services to help them to recover from the impact of trafficking.

This is the third in a series of reports examining the impacts of the pandemaker virus, the human trafficking crisis and the impact it has on communities.