Coronavirus leaps to prisons: 1 prisoner and 1 employee killed

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Many institutions in France, including the International Prisons Observatory (OIP), warned that the epidemic posed a great risk to prisoners due to the overcrowding of prisoners. In France, 48 prisoners have been diagnosed with Covid-19 so far.

The French Department of the International Prison Observatory (OIP), the Bar Association for the Protection of Prisoner Rights (A3D), the Union of Judges ‘Union (SM) and the Union of French Lawyers’ Union (SAF) demand that prisoners be taken under protection.

The institutions in question want to release prisoners whose detention is about to expire, while others are given hand-cleaning gels and masks.

A PRISONER AND A CRIMINAL EMPLOYEE LOST HIS LIFE

A prisoner and a prison worker died in Covid-19 in France.

According to the latest data from the Prison Administration (DAP), 48 of the prisoners were caught in coronavirus.

It was stated that 925 prisoners were quarantined.

THERE IS A DECREASE IN THE NUMBER OF PRISONERS

Of the 42,000 prison employees across France, 114 were caught in coronavirus.

It was stated that 931 were in quarantine at home.

On April 1, there were 66,309 prisoners in 188 prisons in France.

On 16 March this number was recorded as 75 thousand 575.

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