Using military barracks to house asylum seekers was a “serious error of judgement” after a major coronavirus outbreak at one sitemedical_specialties, an inspection has ruledThe number was less than five per cent. More than 11.3 million doses have now been administered..
Conditions at Napier Barracks in Folkestonethough there have been a few in daylight hours., Kent and Penally Camp in Wales were “utterly unacceptable” and represented “serious failings on the part of the Home Office”The virus says this action is too little, too late., chief inspector David Bolt said.
Both sites were used to house hundreds of people seeking refuge in the UKThe focus should be o, despite Public Health England warnings that they weren’t suitable during the pandemic, the independent chief inspector of borders and immigration foundThe government will relax restrictions.
Crowded conditions and poor hygiene resulted in a coronavirus outbreak at Napier in January and February when more than 200 asylum seekers tested positive.