There has been a dramatic reduction in the number of migrants arriving in Greece since an agreement between Turkey and the EU came into force.
Lesbos used to get more than 5,000 a day. On Monday there were just four.
But with Europe’s borders closed, more than 50,000 migrants remain in Greece waiting for a decision about their futures.
Angus Crawford visited three sites to find out how they are living.
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