More than 10 times the number of migrants were temporarily staying overnight at the city’s landing zone Monday compared to a week ago.
Around 3,100 migrants are in temporary shelters, relying on donated clothes and food as Mayor-elect Brandon Johnson inherits the crisis. “We don’t have beds. Children are sleeping on the floor," one man said.
The city is working to support the migrants, but officials said it's been difficult to plan when there is no communication from the states sending people here.
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Colin BoyleDecember 3, 2022