4 ways to protect our jails and prisons from coronavirus

The Hill

In an Op-ed for The Hill, Homer Venters writes: When COVID-19 arrives in a community, it will show up in jails and prisons. People in the U.S. are incarcerated at a rate of about one million [per month], and the number of correctional staff and families who visit these places is even greater. Our efforts should focus on the reality that COVID won’t be kept out [of correctional facilities].