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Third former Davidson County Detention Center employee arrested after 4 teens escape | WZTV
Ngozi Ezike, director for the Illinois Department of Public Health, warns that people who congregate during nicer weather Tuesday could set back any progress the state has made in its fight against coronavirus. The detainee was quarantined with new residents per a policy that separated admissions for 14 days from the general population, Milhizer said. The detainee is now fever-free, recovering under medical supervision until April Six other residents who had contact with the detainee will be tested for COVID and will not be admitted to the general population until April 18 at the earliest, he said. The other new admissions of the jail will be moved to another area of the jail while the previous space for new admissions undergoes a deep cleaning, Milhizer said.
Teenager at Harris County juvenile detention tests positive for coronavirus
The child is under the age of 16 and has been detained at the facility since late , said Kendall Mayfield, a spokesperson for the downtown center. All children housed on the fifth floor with the teen — she indicated there are 12 to 15 — have been quarantined, she said. A courts official said the patient is believed to be male.
Juveniles go through a separate court system, the juvenile court , which sentences or commits juveniles to a certain program or facility. Once processed in the juvenile court system there are many different pathways for juveniles. Some juveniles are released directly back into the community to undergo community-based rehabilitative programs, while others juveniles may pose a greater threat to society and to themselves and therefore are in need of a stay in a supervised juvenile detention center. Secure detention means that juveniles are held for usually short periods of time in facilities in order to await current trial hearings and further placement decisions.