NECOCLI, COLOMBIA - OCTOBER 04: Haitian immigrants plead with Colombian police after authorities temporarily closed a ferry boat ticket office because of crowd control issues on October 04, 2021 in Necocli, Colombia. Upwards of 20,000 immigrants, most from Haiti, have been waiting in Necocli for as long as a month for available seats to ferry across a bay and continue their journey into Panama in route to the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Migrants remain stuck on Caribbean Coast

Migrants remain stuck on a Northern Colombian beach town as they hope to continue their difficult journey to Mexico and the U.S. Haitian and Venezuelan migrants have been waiting to enter Panama’s Darien Gap, a treacherous jungle region where many have died attempting to make the crossing.