Kalin Kipling-Mojaddedi, another coalition member and communications manager with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Sacramento Valley/Central California (CAIR-SV/CC), described vulnerable individuals held in ICE detention as “like sitting ducks amid this outbreak.

“Viruses know no bounds nor are they confined to jail cells; if action isn’t taken now to protect those who are locked up, any outbreak will affect not just those in detainment, but the wider community. ICE must immediately enact a plan to release immigrants from detention—for immigrants’ safety and the safety of our communities as a whole. …”

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