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The Trump Administration, COVID-19, and the Continuing Assault on the Rights of Asylum Seekers and Refugees
International Journal of Refugee Law Pub Date : 2021-06-10 , DOI: 10.1093/ijrl/eeab009
Ardalan S.

Since March 2020, thousands of immigrants detained in the United States (US) have fallen ill with COVID-19.11 Held in cramped and unsafe conditions, they are often left without access to adequate medical care. Sixty people in bunk beds in one room. A communal bathroom. Time in the ‘hole’ – or solitary confinement – if sick. That is how one asylum-seeking client described the situation in May 2020. He had difficulty breathing, a racing heart, and other complications from a stab wound he had suffered before fleeing his home country. He described constant and debilitating body aches and pain. Despite repeated requests to see a doctor, he did not receive medical attention.

中文翻译:

特朗普政府、COVID-19 以及对寻求庇护者和难民权利的持续侵犯

自 2020 年 3 月以来,在美国 (US) 被拘留的数千名移民感染了 COVID-19.1 1 被关押在狭窄和不安全的条件下,他们往往无法获得足够的医疗服务。60 个人在一个房间的双层床上。一个公共浴室。“洞”中的时间 - 或单独监禁 - 如果生病。一位寻求庇护的客户是这样描述 2020 年 5 月的情况的。他在逃离祖国之前遭受了刺伤,导致呼吸困难、心跳加速和其他并发症。他描述了持续和虚弱的身体酸痛和疼痛。尽管一再要求看医生,他还是没有得到医疗照顾。
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