Volunteer groups working to support asylum seekers and migrants forced to wait in Mexican border towns while their immigration cases are processed in the U.S. under the Trump administration’s Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) have warned of the impact the coronavirus outbreak has had on their ability to provide support.

In an interview with Border Report on Monday, Andrea Rudnik, who organizes volunteers for Team Brownsville, a group helping deliver food to asylum seekers and migrants affected by the MPP, said fears around the coronavirus outbreak had forced a months-long food delivery program to cease.

For months, he said, the non-governmental organization World Central Kitchen had been preparing daily dinners in Brownsville for asylum seekers and migrants staying at a tent camp in Matamoros. Volunteers with Team Brownsville, he said, would then deliver the meals.