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Coronavirus outbreak spreads in California’s San Quentin prison

Seattle Times Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
LOS ANGELES — With about a third of San Quentin’s inmates now infected with the coronavirus after a transfer of prisoners from a Southern California correctional facility overrun by the illness, Marin County officials revealed Monday that a death row inmate found dead last week in his cell tested positive for COVID-19. Richard Stitely’s death […]
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News video: San Quentin Prison Officials Halt Prisoner Transfer After New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed

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Kenny Choi reports on prison officials struggling with growing San Quentin coronavirus outbreak (6-27-2020)

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