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Feds Considering CA’s Long Beach Convention Center as Emergency Migrant Shelter

A couple of weeks ago, I reported that San Diego’s political leaders have allowed the federal government to use the famed San Diego Convention Center as an illegal immigrant shelter to address the continuing Biden border crisis. Despite the fact many area schools aren’t allowed in-person schooling due to COVID19 rules, some teachers were willing to do such teaching for the teenage immigrants.

The flow of migrants is so steady that a third wave is now in San Diego, with more soon to be processed.

A third group of unaccompanied migrant girls seeking asylum in the United States was flown to San Diego Wednesday where they will be sheltered temporarily before being reunited with family elsewhere in the country or moved into sponsor homes.

The site received a total of 225 children on Wednesday. There are now 948 being sheltered at the convention center through a joint partnership between the county and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Around 250 children are expected to arrive every other day until the convention center reaches its shelter capacity of 1,450, according to HHS spokesperson Bonnie Preston.

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