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The Great Jail Break of 2020 (PBT Published Article)


by Ken W. Good

At any given time, a county or state jail is taking precautions to defend against a tuberculosis outbreak or the spread of hepatitis B or C.  The fact is, infectious microorganisms are a part of our world — invisible and impossible to avoid.  In 2002, these institutions were forced to address the eruption of SARS, as well as the H1N1 virus seven years later.

During these outbreaks, jails went on lockdown not allowing visitors and quarantining inmates and staff infected with the virus. There was no push for the mass release of those who were incarcerated.

In the last few months, the world has been forced to face another medical threat — the COVID-19 pandemic . . .

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