“We don’t need coyotes, we better cross alone,” say migrants in Chiapas

Palenque.— Not even the COVID-19 nor the closure of non-essential traffic at the southern border as a result of the pandemic has affected the flow migratory from Central America to Mexico, a transit country for those seeking the violence in their country.

Migration from Guatemala The Savior and Honduras changed when the caravans became small groups, many of them relatives.

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In Palenque, Chiapas, on the border between El Ceibo and Tenosique, Tabasco, migrants now use roads through the jungle. There are no defined routes: they risk their lives, but far from human traffickers and federal authorities.

Others say they long for the passage of The beast through Pakal-na, which slowed down because of the Maya TrendsFinally, there are those who stayed in Mexico and today are weaving a new life in the southeast of the country.

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Activists have warned of the arrival of families with children; many get sick on the way.
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Elder, who is originally from Honduras, walked 24 days to get from his country to Palenque.
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Rosa came to Mexico 12 years ago and Pakal-na is her new home. Here many migrants are married and merchant. They were given shelter in Mexico.
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The Jtactic refuge in Palenque, Chiapas, became an oasis for migrants.
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