Freed Illegals Test Positive For COVID Are Still Allowed Travel By Bus

So Border Patrol is releasing illegal immigrants into the US that are seeking asylum. The City of Brownville has decided to have these newly freed migrants tested for COVID with a rapid test at the bus station before they travel to other cities and states.

Well it turns out that since the city has begun administering these tests on January 25th, 6.3 percent of these illegal immigrant asylum seeker have test positive, a total of 108 cases.

Some of those testing positive for COVID still get on a bus and travel to cities and states across the US.

Officials with Brownsville say they have no authority to stop them.

Noticias Telemundo Investiga in conjunction with NBC News Report:

“Eva Orellana, 29, who is from Honduras and who tested positive, said she was going to take the bus to North Carolina with her 3-year-old daughter...
Those who tested positive and spoke to Telemundo did not have any document indicating their Covid-19 test results; they said they were simply told by the station workers after taking the test.They said the station workers told them to wait in a different waiting area than the rest of the migrant families, but they still had freedom to move, a few meters from the rest.
At the station, Martín Fernández, an Omnibus Express worker, said that the bus company where he works respects the protocols of federal authorities...
But they cannot ask passengers for Covid-19 tests before getting on buses.”

And this is what Biden is encouraging more of.

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