Over 12,000 people were left homeless after fires on Tuesday and Wednesday gutted the Moria camp in the midst of a coronavirus lockdown.
Thousands of protesting migrants left homeless on the Greek island of Lesbos after fires destroyed the notoriously overcrowded Moria camp gathered on a road leading to the island's main town Friday, demanding to be allowed to leave.
4,000 migrants who had left the camp for the island's main port of Mytilini to board ships for the mainland threw stones at police blocking the road.
Thousands of migrants slept on the streets on the Greek island of Lesbos after being evacuated from their camp as fires broke out early on Wednesday.
Some 12,500 people were living at the Moria camp and the surrounding area.
As of Aug. 31, the Moria camp on the island of Lesbos housed 12,714 people, well over its capacity of 2,757.
Officials say the two who tested positive did not display symptoms of COVID-19. Other migrants in the facility and people who come in contact with them are being tested.
While thousands of migrants have been blocked at Turkey's land border with Greece, others have been getting into the country by sea.
Hundreds of protesters on the Greek island of Lesbos on Wednesday threw stones at police who responded with tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets
"We are absolutely devastated by this tragedy," MSF wrote on Twitter.