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COVID-19 cases inside state and federal prisons rise another 10 percent in the past week.
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At least 86,639 prisoners across the country have now tested positive for the coronavirus, led by recent spikes in about a half dozen states, including California, Florida and Texas. 

At least 804 prisoners have died of COVID-19-related causes. More than 19,000 prison staff also have tested positive for the virus. At least 62 have died. In collaboration with the Associated Press, here is our updated tracker. The Marshall Project 

And here is our updated tracker of how prisons are restricting visits during the pandemic. The Marshall Project 

Related: More than 500 prisoners test positive at prison in Tucson, Arizona. KJZZ Five people who attended a meeting with the Florida governor, including a corrections official, have COVID-19. Tampa Bay Times

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