up Trending now

Results for napier barracks covid

Add to feed Create your own feed

Latest

The Home Office "always accepted" asylum seekers at Napier Barracks were at an increased risk of catching Covid-19, the High Court has heard.

The government continue to send asylum seekers to Napier Barracks, despite its residents' risk of suicide, lack of mental health & covid support being well known. This is the contempt Tories in power have for those in need is disgraceful.

Home Office still plans to house 28 asylum seekers to a dorm at Napier Barracks despite Covid outbreak

Public Health England guidance advised against opening dormitory style accom at Napier barracks, despite previous assurances from @patel4witham  that advice was followed. Nearly 200 residents have been infected with Covid in barracks @Stuart_McDonald ! #CloseTheBarracks 

NHS warned Home Office social distancing ‘impossible’ at Napier Barracks during Covid outbreak, report reveals

Responding to inspectorate criticism it ignored health advice and exposed asylum seekers to the Covid outbreak that infected 178 at Napier barracks, @ukhomeoffice  says it provided 'suitable accommodation and three meals a day all paid for by the British taxpayer'.

The home office told @CommonsHomeAffs  guidance was followed "at every stage" in housing asylum seekers in dormitories at Napier barracks. Today's inspectors say @PHE_uk  had warned HO using Napier "was not supported by current guidance" warning of a Covid outbreak. Who's right?

Health experts warned social distancing ‘impossible’ at Napier Barracks during Covid outbreak, report reveals

Priti Patel blames asylum seekers after nearly 200 test positive for Covid at Napier Barracks

Covid cases among asylum seekers at Napier barracks higher than thought

Loading
Loading

Most relevant

Covid cases among asylum seekers at Napier barracks higher than thought

Priti Patel blames asylum seekers after nearly 200 test positive for Covid at Napier Barracks

The Home Office Permanent Secretary@MatthewRycroft1  has told the Home Affairs Committee that 197 people tested positive for COVID-19 in Napier barracks asylum accommodation. 178 in January and 19 in February.

"Oh my God!" says @YvetteCooperMP  as @ukhomeoffice  reveals that 178 asylum seekers contracted Covid while housed in open dormitories at Napier Barracks in January. #HASC 

The conditions at Napier barracks were never right for housing asylum seekers. This Covid outbreak has made it completely unacceptable The Government has a duty of care to those it is detaining & it is failing in that duty

The Home Office has removed a number of asylum seekers from Napier Barracks after a #Covid19  outbreak. RT UK's @ShadiaED  examines if the conditions these people are left to live in are Covid compliant.

Loading
Loading