6th inmate has died from Coronvairus at San Pedro's Terminal Island federal prison
A sixth inmate has died after testing positive for coronavirus at the low-security federal prison on San Pedro's Terminal Island says the Bureau of Prisons.
Out of the 1,051 inmate population on Terminal Island, 620 have tested positive
CBS News reported that inmates have been cut off to access wiring emails and making phone calls.
Inmate Eduardo Robles-Holguin, age 58, tested positive for coronavirus on April 25, on the same day Mr. Robles-Holguin was placed on a ventilator, and he later died on May 4th
Robles-Holguin was serving a 20-month sentence for violating terms of supervised release on an original conviction of Reentry of a Previously Removed Alien. He had been in custody at FCI Terminal Island since January 14, 2020, according to the Bureau of Prisons.