Cororavirus Infections Inside U.S. Immigration Detention Centers Surge by 520% in 2022

The number of coronavirus infections among immigrants detained at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention centers has surged by 520% since the start of 2022, prompting calls for increased vaccination efforts and detainee releases. On Thursday, 1,766 immigrants were being monitored or isolated at ICE detention facilities due to confirmed coronavirus infections, a more than sixfold jump from January 3, when there were 285 active cases, government statistics show.

Biden lets the illegals come in, puts some in cages while refusing to get them vaccinated and cases skyrocket.

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