Diario Libre interviewed a variety of Haitians who have found loopholes in the system to cross the border that spans 275 kilometers along 5 Dominican provinces.
The report comes in the wake of new travel and work restrictions on Haitian workers announced by the Dominican government as part of their Cholera containment package.
On Friday, the government asked the construction and hospitality industries to abstain from hiring Haitian workers. They also warned the population against eating street foods. Most Haitians who work the Dominican Republic work in construction and as street vendors.
The Dominican government also instituted greater anti-cholera controls at border crossings.