This letter was written by a person incarcerated at Susanville.
It was very sad they couldn’t even make calls to their love ones. So I did the best I could to give them extra trays and whatever food I had. And call their love ones and let them know that they were sick and were going to be OK and they love them.
It was the same story for all my friends. They had the same message.
I told my family and was wondering why they didn’t that I contracted a deadly virus. But I survived a lot people were dropping like dominos the ambulances was on the yard about four times. All hours of the night too. It weigh heavily on my heart.
Because I was lonely I was out but I was sad to see all my friends and I couldn’t do anything to help them except pray for them and hope they get out of the infirmary.
We all wished there no deaths. But some still have the effects. I got both of my shots. I also got to get a 30 minute visit with my family in March 2021. It’s been two years now things are opening up.
We got 84 days of staying out of trouble. Education, location, self help groups, and library supposedly were supposed to get more time off. But now they’re closing this facility.
I would like to thank you PrisonPandemic for putting the light on my struggle. And I also want to thank PrisonPandemic for contracting me. And I also want to tell all my fellow inmates keep your heads up and move forward it’s not ever until it’s over.
God bless and take care of yourself we will get through this together, it will be better.