DANBURY — Conditions at the federal prison in the city appear to have improved little, despite calls from lawmakers last week for an investigation into allegations that the facility failed to follow COVID-19 isolation guidelines, according to claims by staff and of an attorney involved in a lawsuit against the prison.
Infections remain high, about 80 men – some said to be at higher risk – remain housed in the auditorium at Federal Correctional Institution Danbury and staff are still not provided with proper personal protective equipment, according to Sarah Russell, director of the Legal Clinic in Quinnipiac Provided University School of Law and Law Professor in Quinnipiac.
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