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EAGLE PASS, Texas — Some Border Patrol agents in Texas are concerned about exposure to Ebola through a migrant fleeing from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, for the United States.
But more of them are concerned about other diseases, the stations often appear among the prisoners on the train via the southern border, according to Union representatives.
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Border Patrol facilities in the Del Rio and El Paso sectors or regions are flooded with the sick prisoners, as well as health agents.
Jon is a National Border Patrol Council vice president, based in Del Rio is Anfinsen, which belong to Pass in Eagle, where most of the Congolese arrived. Anfinsen represents around 1,000 agents, and the 10 regional holding stations. Anfinsen was an agent of 12 years and said the number of people in prison and subsequent disorders, the population is “unprecedented.”
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“Scabies, chicken pox, we had a case of mumps here in Uvalde. I want to say we had sorted the measles much of the flu, many colds, body lice, only. And some of these things, they spread like forest fires, if you are in a narrow holding cell. It happens,” Anfinsen said.
The continuous outbreaks, in part caused by the crowded conditions in the facilities, and the difficulty to isolate any sick person, both a physical and mental toll on agents.
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