"Migrants are considered heroes in New York. Thanks to their work, the city did not sink at the pandemic's most critical moments," the Consul of Mexico Jorge Islas said.
"They were in charge of cleaning and disinfecting hospitals, and they cycled without rest to supply the neediest families with goods and medicines," he added and recalled that migrants worked tirelessly to prevent the NY food supply from collapsing.
The remains will be sent to 45 municipalities in the state of Puebla, among which are San Pedro Cholula and San Andres Cholula.
Porque vivos se los llevaron, ¡vivos los queremos!
Puebla, Mexico gathers to welcome the caravan of the Central American mothers of disappeared migrants. The 14th annual caravan has just arrived for one of its last events before heading home to Guatemala, Honduras, and beyond. pic.twitter.com/yfx5EybUYg