Mexican families mourn workers claimed by Covid in the US – photo essay | The Guardian

In July, the remains of nearly 250 migrant workers were repatriated to Mexico City. Two grieving families share their stories and lossText and photographs by Alejandra RajalOn Saturday 11 July, a plane arrived in Mexico City with the remains of nearly 250 Mexican migrant workers who had died of Covid-19 in the US. A solemn ceremony was held with the participation of the consul general for New York, Jorge Islas López, who had helped organise the repatriation flight. Continue reading…

In July, the remains of nearly 250 migrant workers were repatriated to Mexico City. Two grieving families share their stories and loss

  • Text and photographs by Alejandra Rajal

On Saturday 11 July, a plane arrived in Mexico City with the remains of nearly 250 Mexican migrant workers who had died of Covid-19 in the US. A solemn ceremony was held with the participation of the consul general for New York, Jorge Islas López, who had helped organise the repatriation flight.

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