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Of Corona virus infections at San Quentin Prison could go much, much higher, according to a state lawmaker. KCBS reporter Tim Ryan tells us tonight how the prison will soon treat infected inmates at a pop up hospital. Assemblyman Mark Levin of Greenbrae pulls no punches is the biggest Prison help screw up in state history, And if we look back at the beginning of the month, there were zero infections counting staff. The number is creeping toward 1200 infections, with several dozen being treated at area hospitals with round the clock security. Levine says Prison officials should have seen this coming, especially in an old facility like San Quentin, and with it's medically vulnerable population because inmates are refusing tests. He thinks the number of infections could actually be double what is now reported months ago. I asked the warden at San Quentin as well as CDCR to set up a plan for San Quentin. This is way before we ever had a positive. This is back in April.