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Federal Prison at Mexico Farms Has Seven COVID-19 Cases

April 17th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, FCI Cumberland, which is located at Mexico Farms, has a total of seven COVID-19 cases.

Five of the cases involve inmates, the other two involve staff members.

There have been no deaths reported in the local federal prison, and conditions of those who are ill are not available.

3 Responses to “Federal Prison at Mexico Farms Has Seven COVID-19 Cases”

  1. April 17, 2020 at 11:46 am, Mike said:

    There are more than that. The BOP is Corrupt from the top. Far more inmates and staff are positive and not reported. There are also contract workers who are positive and not reported.


  2. April 17, 2020 at 9:31 pm, Michael strutzel said:

    I just spent 8 years in the b.o.p.i had to deal with their medical system for 6 years of that 8 years because i was stabbed and have chronic pain surprised there’s not more deaths than there already have been. They have horrible medical care. For every thing you might be suffering with their favorite medical advice is “drink lots of water”or go buy aspirin off commissary. I’ve witnessed medical personnel give diabetics the wrong insulin,which is a very dangerous thing. I despise the whole b.o.p. system. I’ve seen guards take people that they knew were enemies and put them together in the same recreation cage. I’ve truelly learned my lesson and will not ever put myself in another situation that will land me in b.o.p.custody.i feel for these people that are in that system.i know and can understand their fears of possibly dying in prison.


  3. April 18, 2020 at 4:25 pm, Virginia said:

    What about the pregnant women at Bedford hills correctional facility one is 19 about to have a baby in 3 weeks and she has asthma and can’t go to the rmu cause they have positive cases all over the prison why aren’t they being released on home confinement


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