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Second Immigrant Dies Of Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 In ICE Custody

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Second Immigrant Dies Of Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 In ICE Custody

Second Immigrant Dies Of Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 In ICE Custody

A man in custody of the US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency died on Sunday.

Business Insider reports 34-year-old Santiago Baten-Oxlag died of complications from COVID-19.

The Guatemalan immigrant died in a hospital in Columbus, Georgia, that he had been transferred to from ICE's Stewart Detention Center, in Lumpkin, Georgia.

He's the second immigrant to die from COVID-19 while in ICE custody.

El Salvadoran Carlos Escobar Mejia died from the virus earlier this month.

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