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BOP COVID-19 UPDATE -- April 29, 2021





Quick Facts:


Currently positive-testing inmates: 194 (down from 199)

Currently positive-testing staff: 161 (unchanged)

Recovered inmates: 46,369 (down from 46,455)

Recovered staff: 6,711 (up from 6,710)


Institutions with the largest number of currently positive-testing inmates:

San Diego MCC: 332 (down from 33)

Berlin FCI: 18 (unchanged)

Petersburg Medium FCI: 17 (unchanged)

Institutions with the largest number of currently positive-testing staff:

Petersburg Low FCI: 14 (unchanged)

Pekin FCI: 7 (unchanged)

Yazoo City USP: 7 (unchanged)


System-wide testing results: Presently, BOP has 127,395 federal inmates in BOP-managed institutions and 13,665 in community-based facilities. Today's stats:


Completed tests: 111,559 (up from 111,463)

Positive tests: 45,832 (down from 45,921)

Case Note: Staff resistance to vaccination a source of concern...


In U.S. v. KENNETH LOUIS DAVIS, 2021 WL 1651226, at *3 (E.D. Va. Apr. 27, 2021) (Brinkema, J.), in addition to reducing petitioner’s 762-month 924(c) stacked sentence to time-served (i.e., 233 months), the court finds community increase in COVID a harbinger of rising prison infections. "Although the BOP does not currently report any active cases of Covid-19 among the inmates at Coleman II, there are four staff members who are currently positive for the virus, which is particularly concerning given widespread resistance to Covid-19 vaccination efforts among prison staff5 and the rising rate of new hospital admissions for Covid cases in the county where the facility is located.”



Death Watch: The BOP has identified one new inmate fatalities, bringing the inmate death toll to 234. Five of these inmates died while on home confinement. Staff fatalities remain at 4.


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