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April 11, 2021

Headlines providing more reminders of how COVID meets mass incarceration

A number of notable reads about the state of COVID in incarceration nation in recent days.  Here are some headlines and links:

From the AP, "As states expand vaccines, prisoners still lack access"

From Business Insider, "Thousands of inmates given the chance to serve their sentence at home because of COVID-19 might go back to prison cells"

From Reuters, "Thousands of low-level U.S. inmates released in pandemic could be headed back to prison"

Fom the New York Times :

From Undark magazine, "Prisons Are Covid Hotspots. But Vaccine Access Remains Patchy."

April 11, 2021 at 10:16 PM | Permalink


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