"She must be afforded full rights [and] gracious treatment worthy of the USA," Sen. Jeff Merkley said.
Out of 137 prisoners tested for COVID-19, 126 were found to be positive.
The Bureau of Prisons currently oversees the care of 143,407 federal inmates in the institutions it manages.
Immigration groups have also accused the president of using the executive order to divert attention away from his leadership on tackling the pandemic.
"Immigrants are many of the frontline workers, putting their lives at risk every day to keep the rest of us safe," said Rep. Barbara Lee.
"Every day that goes by without action means more people will die," the ACLU has warned.
"These are difficult times for everyone, but all restrictions should be rooted in respect for human dignity," said David Kode of CIVICUS.
"We've got to keep Donald Trump in office in 2020," former ICE acting director Thomas Homan wrote.
"Who do we owe our responsibility to as government and public officials? It's to the American people first," Jeff Sessions had said.
"We must take steps to ensure that all who need to can participate," the House Speaker said.
Documents reviewed by Newsweek suggest that the Department of Commerce sought to refer at least one buyer abroad to U.S. manufacturers.
At least 115 inmates in California have been infected with COVID-19.
The 47-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker had recently tested negative for coronavirus.
"Not exactly putting America first," said Texas Rep. Lloyd Doggett.
"We can't write these tweets off as just hyperbole or political banter," said former Justice Department official Mary McCord.
Michigan Senate Republicans are demanding that residents be allowed to "go back to work!"
For the first time ever, more than half of those contacting RAINN's sexual assault hotline were minors in the month of March.
The U.S. wants to "review and validate" Guatemala's claims before taking action.
"It was starting to get really scary" said Elaine White, who has temporarily been released from incarceration.
"Ironically, it will be the poor who are hurt the most," said Christopher Wilson, the deputy director of the Wilson Center's Mexico Institute.
"The pandemic has altered how people want to vote," said Page Gardner, founder of the Center for Voter Information.
Abortion rights advocates have repeatedly said medical abortion should not be considered a "procedure."
"[The] results don't tell us how many people were exposed to coronavirus at polling places, how many were infected, or how many will die," said Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Ben Wikler.
The fired Amazon employees had warned that the health and safety of workers and the public were being put at risk.
"Governors, sheriffs, prosecutors, and the president have the power, and responsibility, to save lives," said ACLU Deputy Political Director Udi Ofer.
Some 1.4 million Americans were expected to "cross borders for care in 2020," according to Patients Beyond Borders CEO Josef Woodman.
1 in 5 texters who have contacted Crisis Help Line have expressed anxiety about the COVID-19 outbreak.
"There's certain human magic in being together," said protest organizer Iryna Verity.
"I'm surprised Wisconsin took this risk, knowing they don't have to," said former GOP Rep. Charlie Dent.
A federal district judge in Oklahoma has just blocked the state's efforts to ban abortion during the COVID-19 outbreak.