The city has begun shuffling youths between its two juvenile detention centers so detainees showing symptoms of coronavirus are kept under one roof in the Bronx and ones without symptoms are in Brooklyn, the Daily News has learned, in a plan raising safety concerns among staff.

The Horizon Juvenile Center, located in the South Bronx, New York.(Gregg Vigliotti for New York Daily News) The city has begun shuffling youths between its two juvenile detention centers so detainees showing symptoms of coronavirus are kept under one roof in the Bronx and ones without symptoms are in […]

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