How well did HHS protect unaccompanied children from COVID-19?

The early days of the COVID pandemic were chaotic, you might say. Health and Human Services was as busy as any agency. Among its tasks, ensuring unaccompanied children taken in at U.S. borders were kept in environments safe from the disease. How did the agency do? To find out, Federal News Network’s Eric White spoke with HHS Assistant Regional Inspector General, Sylvie Witten.