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Hundreds of Chinese migrants detained, bound to the U.S. border, in the midst of coronavirus-travel ban

nearvideo acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on the progress to secure the U.S. border, the threat of coronavirus

Since October of 2019, around 14,000 more illegal immigrants were removed came from the United States; the inspection, CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan.

Since the officers, first of all, the Corona-Virus outbreak was reported in Wuhan in late December, and the United States imposed a travel ban on the entry of China, the Border Patrol was agent fixed-333, the Chinese state took tried members, the entry into the United States illegally, according to the Department of Homeland Security data, the of Fox News.

While none tested positive for the virus, the southern border remains a focus of the trump management of the area as high risk and a goal for COVID-19 for dissemination in the United States

“We have a unique threat to the health, arriving by persons, the illegal said to the border, where migrants, law enforcement officials, frontline staff, and the American public placed in danger,” the DHS official, who asked to remain anonymous because he was not authorized to speak publicly by the Agency.

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Under the MPP Protocol is for the migrants, the protection of the United States deported approximately 60,000 migrants in Mexico, waiting for their deportation hearings. Unless the Supreme court acts, the policy will be ruled illegal in California and Arizona, as well as to demand those persons and other migrants, asylum-seekers allowed to remain in the United States for an indefinite period of time.

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“It would be only a single infected Person in order to influence the detained migrant community within DHS facilities without the proper precautions, which can only be done through proper, legal migration, the virus threatens to spread rapidly,” the official said. “Any interruption MPP yet this threat would intensify.”

The US southern border is a microcosm of the world, with foreigners, the perceived from 122 different countries, or were denied entry, already in this fiscal year-from October until the end of February.

Seventy of those countries, the report confirms currently-COVID-19 cases, led by China, but followed by Italy, Iran, India, Romania, Vietnam and Brazil.

The virus began popping up on the health of the officials ‘” radar screens by the end of December in China and has spread worldwide since then. Some of the countries on the list had very low rates of the virus, including Mexico.

Meanwhile, the number of cases has increased in the U.S. dramatically in the last few days, to over 1,000 euros. China has almost 81,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, Italy has more than 10,000, and Iran has about 8,000.

Last week, the Border Patrol has asked to take over the CDC, through the examination of those migrants who show symptoms, in accordance with COVID-19. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement also runs 16 detention facilities with airborne infection isolation rooms. So far, it is tested 4 migrants, all coming back negative.

“It is absolutely a risk that we will be watching and rate,” U.S. Customs and Border Protection Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan told Fox News. “And if it shifts, and we are asked to do more, on the SW border, we’re ready to operationalize that.”

Agents say the threat is three-fold.

Man, Border Patrol agents do not work from home or in the practice of social distancing. Those who work in the field are exposed, the contact with people every day, dozens of you have never met, often in poor physical condition, coughing and sneezing.

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Secondly, in contrast to legal immigration, where tourists and migrants come with a passport and travel history, the migrants arrive illegally, have manifested no medical history and no travel, so that agents, in order to determine which countries have you visited and for how long.

Often they are arrested, remained in stash houses in Mexico to cross with many others in the coming days. None of these people know where the other one came from, or who you advance with traveled, whether sick people in the houses, might have slept in this place the night before, whether it has been cleaned.

Finally, Border Patrol, prisons are crowded usually crowded with migrants filled in capsules for several days at immigration hearings or waiting transport to an airstrip, community center, or deportation to Mexico.

These prisons are the breeding ground for many kinds of communicable diseases: chicken pox, measles and the flu. In may of last year, in a detention centre in Texas had to be isolated and decommissioned, after almost three dozen prisoners became ill and died with the flu and a 16-year-old boy.

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In June, ICE 297 cases of mumps reported in 39 prisons, as the disease in several States.

For COVID-19, last week DHS acting Secretary, Chad F. Wolf told the House Homeland Committee: “The administration will continue to closely monitor the virus worldwide, as well as in our hemisphere, and customize our proactive measures as necessary.”

For example, 1,000 immigrants per day are caught, to give the try illegally from Mexico, which has recognized seven of the coronavirus cases. President Trump as the closure of the border, but has played down the idea, while still with the virus of talk, to support his claim to a wall.

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