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Prisoners and their family members described inmates banging on their doors for hours to get medical attention.
Nearly 240 inmates at Fort Dix prison are sick with COVID-19. Prisoners and their loved ones say the Bureau of Prisons is providing minimal care and only offering Tylenol to the sickest patients.
A former chief medical officer for the city jails said that the jail was "ill-equipped" to stop the spread of COVID-19, and that jail administrators were destroying medical records.
Over the spring, Gothamist was in touch with two women held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, who said they were denied basic medical care and that their cells routinely flooded with sewage.
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