Maryland must do more to protect its most vulnerable during epidemic April 14, 2020

Chesapeake PSR President Gwen DuBois, MD, MPH | Baltimore Sun

The homeless, ICE detainees and all other prisoners housed in Maryland are largely minority and totally unable to comply with the 6-feet distance order, to wash hands for 20 seconds with soap and water and to do so often. As a consequence, they and the Marylanders who serve them will spread infection, and many likely will die though this could have been foreseen and prevented.

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