The news came as a surprise in Texas as the world is now in turmoil over Corona.
More than 100 illegal immigrants who tested positive for coronavirus after arriving in Texas from late January have been released to Lone Star State by border guards, according to news reports.
Positive test takers are free to travel.
Why can they travel freely?
Some of the migrants, who decided to travel freely, explained why they were able to take to the streets despite testing positive for coronavirus.
“We were tested for COVID and they separated us,” said Miriam Izagurer, an immigrant from Honduras. “Because…Because we are positive. We’re waiting,” he said.
They said they had not received any documents on the positive test. They were informed verbally that it was just a positive test.
They also said the situation was not restricted from any movement.
Another immigrant, Eva Orelena, said, “Now I’m wearing a mask and disinfecting my hands, and I really don’t feel anything.
Felipe Romero, a spokesman for the border town of Brownsville, told Fox News, “Brownsville does not have the authority to block travel to immigrants who are considered positive.
“We can only ask them to maintain social distance and quarantine by following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
In addition, he said, “From January 25, 6.
The U. S. Customs and Border Protection raised the issue in a report last month, saying the border is experiencing a surge in migrants.
The CBP also said it was sending additional personnel to the border to deal with the crisis.
But Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayocas said, “We are thorough in managing. Homeland Security men and women work 24 hours a week. We are thoroughly managing to prevent a crisis from occurring,” he said, denying the fact.