Five people were tested for COVID-19 between Tuesday and Thursday at New York City’s federal detention facilities, according to court-ordered reports from the wardens of Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center and Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center.

Thursday’s report, the latest in a series ordered by U.S. District Chief Judge Roslynn Mauskopf of the Eastern District of New York, indicates that 17 inmates across the two facilities have been tested for COVID-19, and eight have tested positive.

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