One immigrant, who described every day in Greece as feeling “a whole year,” said he now needed a combination pill for insomnia and depression. Others work intermittently and regularly skip meals so that their children can eat. However, one child was malnourished to the point of hospitalization. Another Afghan, Fateh Muhammad, 33, said he sometimes punches himself in the head, irritating about his helplessness in a place where he cannot speak the language and where social services are strained. Although he has been in Greece since November 2019, he was not even able to enroll his 7-year-old in school.