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Only 57 of the 334 immigrants who were victims of the trafficking network accepted housing support.

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The Secretary of State for Equality and Migration said that an assessment was made of the migrants' health status and all those who wanted were seen by doctors.
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Only 57 of the 334 immigrants who were victims of the trafficking network accepted housing support.

The Secretary of State for Equality and Migration said that an assessment was made of the migrants' health status and all those who wanted were seen by doctors.

2 months ago·Portugal
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Only 57 of the 334 immigrants who were victims of trafficking networks in Alentejo accepted housing support

On Wednesday, an assessment of the health status of the identified migrants was carried out and all those who wanted were seen by doctors

2 months ago·Portugal
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