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Documentary supplies inside have a look at COVID-19 situations in immigrant detention

Documentary supplies inside have a look at COVID-19 situations in immigrant detention

Hari Sreenivasan:

Because the COVID-19 pandemic raged in early 2020, U.S. Immigration courts shut down. Most of the 38,000 migrants held in federal detention facilities on the time had their courtroom dates canceled, with no indication how lengthy they’d be ready.

Immigration and customs enforcement – ICE – will not be required by regulation to detain individuals with pending instances, however even with the specter of transmission of the virus, most remained in detention. By the tip of Could, 2020, ICE had solely examined about 10 % of all detainees. However greater than half of these examined optimistic for the coronavirus.

Now a brand new documentary known as “The Facility” — which is short-listed for an academy award — exhibits the situations inside one detention middle in the course of the pandemic.

NewsHour Weekend’s Ivette Feliciano has extra.

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