An update on how resources are distributed to those stuck at the US-Mexico border

Our KCRA 3 team has been covering the situation at the United States-Mexico border since Wednesday, a day before the lifting of Title 42. They have seen first-hand the dire conditions migrants have been exposed to as they wait for an opportunity to seek asylum. Shelters and nonprofit organizations at both sides of the border have been preparing for weeks as migrants gather daily between two barriers dividing San Diego and Tijuana. A migrant from Belize spoke to KCRA 3 about the process of receiving resources and care at the border. Families and groups are being organized in single-file lines and those groups are each appointed a leader who is in charge of distributing necessities.