Last Updated on March 2, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on global mobility and immigration in 2020. Office employees were required to work from home, immigration and global mobility initiatives at many organizations were temporarily halted and governments issued various immigration and travel restrictions. On the other hand, immigrants represent a sizable share of healthcare and other frontline workers currently battling the Covid-19 pandemic and working towards a vaccine.
Check out Envoy's latest infographic for more data on COVID-19 and its impact on immigration in 2020.