The eruption in violence comes amid the power vacuum following the July 7 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.
The strike has shut down public and private health institutions in Haiti's capital and beyond. Only emergency rooms are still accepting patients.
A religious group based in Ohio has announced that a violent gang in Haiti has released three more hostages, while another 12 remain abducted.
The abducted members who were taken hostage in October are "in good spirits and being cared for," Christian Aid Ministries announced Sunday.
“It’s not fair to treat people like I was treated,” said one Haitian woman who was deported from Del, Rio Texas. “I’m not a criminal.”
Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries said the kidnapped group consisted of 16 U.S. citizens and one Canadian.
A Biden administration national security advisor made the remarks during a two-day trip after images of Haitian migrants went viral.
A complaint requests that potential witnesses to Border Patrol abuses be allowed to remain in the U.S. while their asylum claims are investigated.
“It is baffling and disappointing that President Biden himself has not clearly and forcefully spoken out," said former Cabinet member Julián Castro.
Now only about 4,000 migrants are left at a camp where almost 15,000 migrants had waited just days ago.