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    Riker's Island jail in NY has 38 confirmed cases of coronavirus among its inmates. Probably a lot more undiagnosed. Imagine if that happened at our jail. Better have contingency plans now because eventually it will happen.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/nyc-jail-...es-coronavirus

    Just wondering if you read stuff before you post a link to it? If you had read it, you would have known that it was NOT 38 confirmed cases at Riker's Island. It is 21 inmates at Riker's Island and other city jails, 12 Department of Corrections of employees and 5 contractors who work in the jail system. That's 38 people in the jail system, only 21 inmates not all at Riker's.

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    Hey, kids! 🐱 COVID Cat 🐱 says: just because the CDC claims there have been 23,000 to 59,000 deaths from influenza since October 1, 2019 doesn’t mean you have to let logic and facts get in the way of a good hysterical panic...fixate on COVID-19!!!!

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    Cat brain why dontcha go out and save the county then. Visit all the nasty houses where people dont bathe or have basic hygiene. If one deputy gets this it will move through the ranks till there are three people working on shift

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    Cat brain why dontcha go out and save the county then. Visit all the nasty houses where people dont bathe or have basic hygiene. If one deputy gets this it will move through the ranks till there are three people working on shift
    Hahaha! This is satire, right? If one deputy gets it, EVERYONE will get it...hilarious!

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    If too many jailers get the virus and call in sick, deputies from patrol can be sent to the jail to fill in. We are told they are really smart guys who know everything so the jailer job should be a piece of cake for them. Looking forward to working with them soon so they can see how the jail house operates. Some may love the jail so much they may decide not to return to patrol. Nice to see a real brotherhood between jail and patrol deputies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    If too many jailers get the virus and call in sick, deputies from patrol can be sent to the jail to fill in. We are told they are really smart guys who know everything so the jailer job should be a piece of cake for them. Looking forward to working with them soon so they can see how the jail house operates. Some may love the jail so much they may decide not to return to patrol. Nice to see a real brotherhood between jail and patrol deputies.
    🐱 COVID Cat 🐱 says: any jail guards who contract the virus should be quarantined inside of the jail in single cells. Anyone who resists this will have to be forcefully shoved in a cell, beaten if necessary (open up, Charlie!). Then all of the inmates MUST be released into the community. All of the COVID-negative jailers can be sent home WITH pay for months and months until the pandemic subsides. If this keeps up, the empty cells can be used to herd all of the civilians in the community who test positive. The sheriff MUST free all of the inmates so the cells can be used to house everyone in the county who tests positive. It’s for everyone’s good, don’t you know. Meeeeoooow!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    🐱 COVID Cat 🐱 says: any jail guards who contract the virus should be quarantined inside of the jail in single cells. Anyone who resists this will have to be forcefully shoved in a cell, beaten if necessary (open up, Charlie!). Then all of the inmates MUST be released into the community. All of the COVID-negative jailers can be sent home WITH pay for months and months until the pandemic subsides. If this keeps up, the empty cells can be used to herd all of the civilians in the community who test positive. The sheriff MUST free all of the inmates so the cells can be used to house everyone in the county who tests positive. It’s for everyone’s good, don’t you know. Meeeeoooow!!!
    This is pure genius as a recruiting and retention tool for jailers. You should be promoted to major or colonel of strategic planning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Just wondering if you read stuff before you post a link to it? If you had read it, you would have known that it was NOT 38 confirmed cases at Riker's Island. It is 21 inmates at Riker's Island and other city jails, 12 Department of Corrections of employees and 5 contractors who work in the jail system. That's 38 people in the jail system, only 21 inmates not all at Riker's.
    You incredible moron. Can you not see what is coming? Heading right towards you and everybody at the PCSO and jail? Deer in the headlights much? Didn't those numbers double since you posted your stupid comment?

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/coronav...ff-11585093154

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    You incredible moron. Can you not see what is coming? Heading right towards you and everybody at the PCSO and jail? Deer in the headlights much? Didn't those numbers double since you posted your stupid comment?

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/coronav...ff-11585093154
    , said Chicken Little.

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    , said Chicken Little.
    https://time.com/5808020/rikers-isla...HTT1E1Pvoq2zps

    In a statement sent to TIME on March 23, the DOC said that a total of 39 inmates and 21 DOC personnel have tested positive across NYC jails. At least 58 inmates are being monitored in contagious disease and quarantine units. (Confirmed coronavirus patients among New York prisons, meanwhile, now include Harvey Weinstein.) Last week, the DOC confirmed that an employee had died after testing positive for COVID-19, though the deceased is said to have had limited contact with people in custody.

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