We arrived 5 days ago on Lesbos Island and the authorities brought us to Moria camp. They put us under a big plastic shelter, which has nothing else except a hard surface.
After three days, the authorities registered us without a medical screening. They didn’t even ask us if we needed to see a doctor. We have people with serious medical issues in our family. I have rheumatism and cardiovascular problems and my sons have psychiatric issues. They take tranquilizers and I take medicine too – we have finished our medicines.
After the registration, the authorities moved us to Section A in a big room, where more than 30 people from Afghanistan and Iran are staying, men, women and children together. Many of us have serious medical issues and the whole night nobody can sleep. Even during the day, nobody can rest. The lights are on the whole night and I cannot stay here with the lights on during the night in this camp. We don’t know what they will do with us and what will happen to us. (20 June 2017)