In the past week, Ojo Público has published two powerful articles that tell the personal stories of people trying to flee Lima and return to their places of origin. Ojo Público referred to it as a story of “forced migration” caused by the Covid-19 outbreak. The links below talk about people struggling to survive, waiting for a bus – in some cases for several weeks — outside bus terminals. As mentioned in the article about San Juan de Lurigancho, people are leaving because they have lost their jobs and have no money with which to buy food or pay the rent. The articles contain poignant pictures that tell the story of such families in dramatic form. See El bus que no llega: los migrantes varados en Lima and La larga marcha del hambre y el miedo.