In March 2020, the Trump Administration invoked an obscure infectious disease provision in Title 42 of the US Code, allowing Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents to turn away migrants who show up at the border without giving them the opportunity to request asylum. When a CBP agent applies the Title 42 policy on a migrant, the migrant can only request Convention Against Torture (CAT) protection, which requires a much higher standard to approve compared to asylum requests. President Biden has not yet rescinded the policy, though he has stopped it from being applied to unaccompanied minors and has ordered a review to see whether it should be rescinded.
My question is, since the Title 42 policy was put into effect in March 2020, how many migrants who have shown up at the US-Mexico border have successfully obtained CAT protection (as opposed to asylum)? Has the US government released any data on this?