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The spread of the coronavirus hits the Folsom state prison



The spread of the coronavirus hits the Folsom state prison


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TY: I’m TY STEELE. DEIRDRE: I’m DEIRDRE FITZPATRICK. HERE ARE OUR HEADLINES. TY: OFFICIAL INT N IN RUSSIA SAYS SPEECH MARKETS T OF VACCIN NEWS S NEW RE WILL BEGIN TODAY. THE COUNTRY WAS A PLANNING CAMPAIGN FOR VACCINATION TL VARRTETS T COM OTHER. DEIRDRE: MINISTER OF SHALNDET TG GERMANY IS CONSHTC PCRGJJJE ON THE RISK NUMBER OF INFECTIONS. He says the smallest and largest scores have a place in almost all regions. INFECTIONS ARE INSTRUCTED BY TREATORS REQUIRE AB FROM THE DISTRICT AND FROM PART OF ONE ORZA OR ALL OF THEM. TY: SCHOOL STATES SVER ONLY DIRECTION PGR T LEARNED TIST LEARN. NOW TC INCLUDES FOLSOM-CORDOVA, ROSEVILLE, CERES, SALIDA, TURLOCK, ESCALON, TRAIL GOLD, AND JET OAK. BY JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, AFTER THE PRESS RELEASE OF THE SECOND SECOND SP Act, THERE ARE 5000 NEW CASES REPORTED AFTER THE NON-TIME DAY. DEATH WAS

The spread of the coronavirus hits the Folsom state prison

Nearly 90 inmates at Folsom State Prison have tested positive for coronavirus in the recent outbreak to hit California’s troubled correction system. The 20-mile northeast Sacramento Jail reported 89 inmates with active COVID-19 infections, according to data updated Wednesday by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The agency posted a notice on its website on Tuesday saying it had sent a medical “strike team” to respond to the blast and also set up tents to quarantine patients. They also set up a facility to examine potentially infected people. Nearly 2,500 inmates are incarcerated in Folsom Prison. The deadliest blast so far has been at San Quentin State Prison, where 25 people died and more than 2,200 inmates contracted the coronavirus. Over the weekend, correctional officials confirmed the first San Quentin prison death from the coronavirus.

Nearly 90 inmates at Folsom State Prison have tested positive for coronavirus in the recent outbreak to hit California’s troubled correction system.

The 20-mile northeast Sacramento Jail reported 89 inmates with active COVID-19 infections, according to data updated Wednesday by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

The agency posted a notice on its website on Tuesday saying it had sent a medical “strike team” to respond to the blast and also set up tents to quarantine patients. They also set up a facility to examine potentially infected people.

Nearly 2,500 inmates are incarcerated in Folsom Prison.

The worst blast so far has been at San Quentin State Prison, where 25 people died and more than 2,200 inmates contracted the coronavirus. Over the weekend, correctional officials confirmed the first San Quentin prison death from the coronavirus.


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