COVID Cases In Border Camps Surge As Biden’s Crisis Swells | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

COVID Cases In Border Camps Surge As Biden’s Crisis Swells

As President Joe Biden’s border crisis swells, COVID-19 cases are surging in government-run detention centers. According to The New York Times, Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported more than 7,500 new coronavirus cases in the crowded border camps since April. The new case numbers during that same period now make up 40 percent of total COVID positives reported by ICE in migrant detention centers since March 2020.

The skyrocketing virus case numbers also come as apprehensions and the number of migrants held in border camps almost doubled to more than 26,000 people between April and the first week of July.

While nearly 70 percent of Americans are vaccinated against COVID-19, ICE’s latest vaccination numbers for detained migrants in May indicated that just 20 percent had received an inoculation against the virus.

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