When I was in law school, I went to a job fair where I met the managing attorney of the New York City Office of Prisoners Legal Services of New York. He told me that a correctional officer had just died because he contracted tuberculosis from an inmate. It blew my mind that something that happened in prison could impact the outside world. I ended up doing an internship there and volunteering there after law school. The COVID-19 pandemic reminded me of the CO who died of tuberculosis. ICE MUST RELEASE ALL DETAINEES. This is not just for their safety, but the safety of the staff at the detention facilities. If there is an outbreak of COVID-19 at an ICE detention facility, there will be mass infections. Not only will the detainees be infected, but the staff as well. The staff will then take it home to their families and so on . . . Moreover, the Government will be responsible for the health care of any detainee infected with COVID-19. RELEASE ALL ICE DETAINEES. Let them post bond. Put them on ankle bracelets. Don’t keep them detained where they will be susceptible to a COVID-19 outbreak.