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The Biden administration reinstated fast-track deportation flights for families amid renewed pressure to address the southern border surge

us-mexico border migrant children Central American asylum seekers arrive to a bus terminal after being released by U.S. Border Patrol agents on February 26, 2021 in Brownsville, Texas.

The Biden government resumed fast-track deportation flights to The countries of central america on Friday. The move comes after more than 188,000 moves arrived at the southern border in June. Biden is facing increasing push to address the migrants as COVID-1 9 flows along the border as well. See more floors on Insider's business page.

The Biden administration resumed fast-track deportation flights to Central America Friday as influence flourishes to address the increase in migrants at the southern border.

"The Department of Homeland Security today resumed expedited removal flights for certain families who recently arrived at the southern border, " the agency said in a statement. "Families apprehended by Customs and Border Protection were removed via U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Air Action to their home countries of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras."

The move comes two weeks after Customs and Border Protection announced 188,829 migrants arrived at the border, the most of any month in recent history. The Delta variant of the coronavirus has also spread along the US southern border, stimulating increased pressure on President Joe Biden to address the migrants.

Read more: Asylum-seekers are absconding Haiti and Cuba, but the US won't made them in. After decades of political meddling, America needs to throw open the international border .

"The facilitated removal process is a lawful means to securely manage our border, and it is a step toward our broader aim to realize safe and orderly migration processing, " the DHS statement said.

The speeded removal is applicable for houses that cannot be evicted under Title 42, a public health order invoked by onetime President Donald Trump during the pandemic to ostracize nomads without allowing them to apply for asylum due to disease-related threats. Officials had said in June they were planning to end Title 42 implementation, but informants told Politico the coming week it will remain in place.

Republicans have blamed plans to ease the Trump border restrictions, especially as COVID-1 9 actions rise. In a statement provided to Insider, Sen. Lindsey Graham called on the administration to answer questions such as whether fathomed migrants are being tested for COVID-1 9 and what the quarantine protocols are.

Some of the migrants that were intended to be deported on an expedited flight Friday were unable to board due to positive COVID-1 9 research, The Washington Post reported. DHS officials told The Post simply 73 beings out of 147 set to leave were allowed on a flight that departed from Brownsville, Texas.

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