The child was in the American arrest hospital for several weeks after being in the US with her mother.
CNN reached the Department of Homeland Security and the Guatemalan Consul in Del Rio, Texas, but has not yet received an answer. concerns.
The first two deaths caused congressional hearings, and immigration authorities ordered an increase in medical examinations for children held in custody. Homeland Security officers and CBP have announced new procedures, including additional medical checks for all children, focusing on children under 1
CBP began a review of its policies in December, particularly with a focus on caring for young children, both during reception and after 24 hours in detention, the agency said.