Updates On COVID-19 Surge / ICE Leaders Push To Detain More Immigrants / Impact Of COVID-19, Presidential Transition On Immigration
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In this Nov. 19, 2020, file photo, medical personnel prone a COVID-19 patient at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in the Mission Hills section of Los Angeles.
AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File
Cases of COVID-19 are surging in Sacramento and across the state. Hospital capacity and intensive care units are nearing dangerously low levels, and nearly 85% of California residents will soon be under new restrictions. As the state works to get the pandemic under control, ICE leaders are pushing to detain more immigrants across California. Today on Insight, how the pandemic and a presidential transition are impacting immigration, and what a new administration means for President Trump’s immigration initiatives.
- CapRadio Politics Reporter and California State of Mind podcast co-host Nicole Nixon checks-in updates on the surge in cases of COVID-19 in the region
- Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Kasirye with potential changes to expect heading into winter and disparities in COVID-19 care, potential vaccinations
- Los Angeles Times Immigration Reporter Andrea Castillo on ICE leaders’ current push to detain more immigrants across the state
- University of Chicago Law School Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Immigrants' Rights Clinic Director Nicole Hallett discusses how the pandemic and a presidential transition are impacting immigration and what a new administration means for President Trump's immigration initiatives
- California Immigrant Policy Center Campaigns and Programs Deputy Director Almas Sayeed on the significance of ICE leaders’ current push to detain more immigrants in California and how the state’s immigration system is managing