In the United States court ordered the release of children from detention centres

A Federal judge in Los Angeles, Dolly Gee agreed to release the children of migrants in three detention centres, to July 17 at the outbreak of novel coronavirus infections, reports the New York Times, citing the ruling.

It is noted that the order applies to children who are more than 20 days in centres under the management of immigration and customs enforcement (ICE), two of which are located in Texas and one in Pennsylvania. According to the decree, June 8, they were 124 children.

The judge also criticized the administration of U.S. President Donald trump for failing to comply with the recommendations of the centre for control and prevention (CDC) to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

As a result, judge Gee ruled that ICE must quickly release the children either with their parents or guardians with parental consent.

According to the publication, only about 2,500 of migrants in detention centres under the control of the ICE, were detected novel coronavirus infection.

According to the Johns Hopkins University, which summarizes the data of the Federal and local authorities, as well as media and other open sources, for all time in the United States recorded 467 2 510 cases of infection with coronavirus and 125 045 deaths. It is noted that more than 663 thousand people were recovered.

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