DENVER (KDVR) — Cases of chickenpox are being reported among children in the migrant community living in Denver.
Some families said they are being quarantined when children develop the virus.
The city said it is following health protocols to keep the illness from spreading in the already vulnerable population.
One family spoke with FOX31 about their experience dealing with chickenpox in the migrant shelters.
“My plan is to somehow get a tent where me, my wife and our two children can live,” the father said.
The parents have two teenagers, one of them was infected with chickenpox recently.
“My goal is to find work so we have the means to take care of ourselves if and when we…
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