The head of migration at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said the legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic will be a “reorganization of the migration map” as the international flow of workers is brought to an abrupt halt which would have serious economic consequences, and would also put foreign-born workers who are already away from home in a position of disadvantage. China Daily quotes Ylva Johansson, the European Union Commissioner responsible for migration issues, as saying the issues raised highlighted the huge contribution made by migrants, and the importance of defending them in the future, while the organisation’s report highlighted that one in four doctors and one in six nurses are migrants.