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New Coronavirus Cases Spike at Cramped Migrant Detention Centers

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Detention centers where 30,000 immigrants are currently being held in southern states like Texas and Arizona are seeing new cases of the coronavirus skyrocket due to the cramped living conditions in which the detainees are being held.

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⚠️WARNING: SAD BREAKING NEWS⚠️ The detention centers where 30,000 immigrants are currently being held in Southern US states like Texas and Arizona were already cruel and inhumane, but now new cases of coronavirus are skyrocketing due to the terrible and cramped living conditions that these detainees are forced to endure. The quadrupling of new coronavirus cases at an Arizona detention center comes just days after a detention center in Texas saw a similar quadrupling of detainees testing positive for coronavirus. THESE IMMIGRANTS DESERVE BETTER THAN THIS, WE MUST HELP THEM RIGHT NOW! Please share this post with your followers and tag people, celebrities, influencers and news media who need to see this because these immigrants lives matter so we must make EVERYONE aware of this urgent crisis that will get much worse in the coming days if nothing is done. Spreading massive awareness is the key to helping these 30,000 people, including many children, at risk so let’s use our social media platforms to get the word out before any more innocent people get infected with coronavirus. Check out the great charity @raicestexas to see what more you can do to help as immigrants and refugees should NOT be treated so cruelly like this, we’re all human beings so we must encourage compassion and understanding, not hate and cruelty, especially during a pandemic like this where social distancing is CRUCIAL! #freethemall #nokidsincages #coronavirus #detentioncenter #karmagawa

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At least 206 detainees have tested positive in 10 detention centers in Texas alone … and many of these cases can be traced back to immigration transfers, as detainees are being moved to and from different facilities during the pandemic.

New coronavirus cases at an Arizona detention center have jumped more than 400 percent in the past two weeks, accounting for 50 percent of the growth in coronavirus cases among detained migrants nationwide.

These immigrants’ lives matter and we want everyone to be aware of this urgent crisis because it will get much worse in the coming days if nothing is done.

Spreading massive awareness is key to helping these 30,000 people which include many children — and we at Karmagawa are using our platforms to get the message out.

Check out RAICES to see what more you can do to help, as immigrants and refugees deserve compassion, too.

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