High Desert is known as the largest institution in the Nevada Departments of Corrections and holds up to 4,176 people. K.C. explains that currently, amidst the pandemic, each day the population at High Desert fluctuates anywhere from 3,200 to 3,500 people, illustrating that people inside are being moved around, subjected to precarious circumstances despite their objection to a modus operandi that increases the risk of infection. As the establishment continues to celebrate the "good job" they are doing while facing the public, their lack of action and thick cloud of bureaucratic smoke and mirrors makes it hard to see the reality of the situation. Inside this particular facility, each person has a cellmate or "cellie." Here, and many others around the country, people inside have no access to personal protective equipment, and in the rare cases that they do it is limited to one-time use items that are not renewed.