Surge in Unaccompanied Minors Forces Customs and Border Protection to Throw Coronavirus Restrictions Out the Window

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The num­ber of unac­com­pa­nied minors that are flock­ing to the Unit­ed States-Mex­i­co bor­der has over­whelmed Cus­toms and Bor­der Pro­tec­tion resources. The surge is so great that the Cen­ters for Dis­ease Con­trol is waiv­ing pre­vi­ous Wuhan coro­n­avirus rules, which said hous­ing facil­i­ties could only oper­ate at 50 per­cent capacity.The CDC cit­ed “extra­or­di­nary” cir­cum­stances that would cause them to waive the social dis­tanc­ing rules, say­ing “facil­i­ties should plan for and expect to have COVID-19 cas­es” because there is noth­ing that can be done to ensure “there is no 0% [trans­mis­sion] risk.”“Additional shel­ter capac­i­ty will min­i­mize the like­li­hood that chil­dren remain in Border …

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