Texas Gov. Greg Abbott requested President Biden to state of affairs an emergency declaration for his state as a result of more and more troublesome border crisis.

In a letter to the president, Abbott considerably pointed to Val Verde County, the place Haitian migrants have put together an encampment in Del Rio beneath the International Bridge. The governor stated that as of Saturday there have been nearly 16,000 migrants in Del Rio.

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“Families, including infants and children, need food, water and medical supplies that the local government cannot supply,” Abbott wrote. “Thousands of families are immobilized in 100-degree heat as their numbers continue to swell as they wait to be processed by the approximately 64 federal agents in the area. Individuals are camping in squalid conditions and bathing in muddy river water, causing great health concerns.”

Abbott well-known that Del Rio’s inhabitants is barely 35,000 individuals, and that town will not be geared as a lot as address that many migrants.

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Additionally, the governor stated, the coronavirus pandemic makes the state of affairs far more perilous, as he “has been provided no clear information about whether these individuals have received a COVID-19 vaccination or have been tested for the virus, or if they be exposing Texans and Americans to COVID.”

Fox News reached out to the White House for contact upon Abbott’s letter, nonetheless they didn’t instantly reply.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is on the underside in Texas Monday to cope with the state of affairs in Del Rio, and the Department of Homeland Security is taking various steps, together with ramping up efforts to return migrants to Haiti and completely completely different worldwide locations.