Women in Greek migrant camps are too scared to leave their tents at night or use communal showers, and many pregnant women have to sleep on the floor in unsanitary conditions, Amnesty International said on Friday.

More than half of refugees and migrants arriving in Greece are women and children, according to the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR.

The numbers are small compared to those at the height of Europe’s migrant crisis in 2015. But slow and lengthy asylum procedures mean thousands of asylum-seekers are holed up in crowded facilities on a few Greek islands.

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