A federal judge has ordered US Customs and Border Patrol to send medical personnel to detention centers housing migrant children, CNN reported Sunday. District Judge Dolly Gee ordered health professionals to be admitted to the facilities to make sure that the conditions for the detained children are "safe and hygienic" and to identify children's medical needs.
The arrangement applies to all facilities of CBP in the El The sectors Paso and Rio Grande Valley, reported CNN. The centers are the subject of a lawsuit in relation to the 1997 Flores Agreement and reports of unsafe and reported unhygienic conditions in detention centers.
The prosecution had taken immediate action to address conditions that allegedly endangered the welfare of the children.
The Hill has asked CBP for a comment.
Last week, prosecutors called on the court to disregard the Trump administration and take immediate action to eliminate unsafe conditions in frontier buildings.
"The children, including infants and expectant mothers, are dirty, cold, hungry, and have no sleep." Late on Friday, it was decided that an independent observer would have to make sure that the conditions in the detention centers were dealt with promptly and, according to the New York Times, set a deadline of 1
At a recent hearing, Justice Department chief trial attorney Sarah Fabian said the department was in charge. By law, toothbrush and soap were not required to meet safe and hygienic conditions for detained children.
Beto O & Rourke Beto O & RourkeO & Rourke travels to Mexico to seek asylum The 2020 Democrats defend Harris for conspiracy theories of race and citizenship. The report from Hill's Campaign: Debate puts Biden on the defensive. MORE is scheduled for visit to the Border Patrol facility in Clin t, Texas, on Sunday. Democratic presidential candidates visited a detention center in Homestead, Florida last week and commented on the terrible circumstances in which they had witnessed.