Skip to comments.Coronavirus cases spike in California county on Mexican border
Posted on 05/22/2020 12:14:51 AM PDT by knighthawk
As much of California begins allowing businesses to reopen amid improved coronavirus conditions, a farming region bordering Mexico is experiencing a spike in hospitalizations that some believe is driven by American citizens who live in Mexico coming to the U.S. for care.
How quickly different parts of California reopen depends on the ability by country officials to control the virus. So the surge in the Imperial Valley region could hurt its perpetually struggling economy, which is heavily intertwined with the large industrial city of Mexicali, Mexico.
El Centro Regional Medical Center, the Imperial Valley's largest hospital, admitted 14 infected patients Monday night. That sent its coronavirus caseload soaring to 65 and prompted the hospital to temporarily stop accepting new COVID-19 patients.
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Is it possible that American citizens living in Mexico who come to the United States for medical care could be anchor babies whose mothers birth them in the United States and then return to Mexico until it becomes convenient to use the United States? We really need to end the anchor baby situation.
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