MOSCOW (Sputnik) — According to The Local, the refugee center will provide around 400 beds, though migrants would not be able to stay there for more than 5-10 days before being transferred to the "welcome centers" around France.
In general, the shelter will be able to take in about 50-80 people a day.
On Thursday, around 20 migrants reportedly arrived in the shelter.
The main section of the camp was dismantled in March, while the remaining part of the camp was closed before the end of October. On October 31, France officially announced the end of a week-long operation to clean up Calais.
Since the beginning of Calais dismantling, hundreds of migrants started arriving in Paris, organizing makeshift camps. On October 4, thousands of migrants were removed from a makeshift camp near the Stalingrad metro station in Paris.