Barbara Marcolini

The New York Times

Video journalist with The New York Times.

Barbara Marcolini on KCRW

A new investigation found that transporting deportees can spread COVID-19 around America and back in the deportees’ home countries.

How US immigration policy spreads COVID-19 across the nation and world

A new investigation found that transporting deportees can spread COVID-19 around America and back in the deportees’ home countries.

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