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Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said the government will meet court deadlines — with the help of DNA testing — to reunite children who were separated from their undocumented parents by immigration authorities. But reunited families may well remain in the custody of immigration authorities.

Azar told reporters on Thursday that officials have identified “under 3,000” children potentially separated from parents. He said DNA testing is being used to speed up matching parents and children.

The article goes on to state the following:

About 100 of the children separated from their parents are under 5 years old, Azar said. A federal judge in California has ordered the youngest children reunited by Tuesday and the rest before the end of this month.

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