DAVID G. CAMPBELL, District Judge.
The Court held a hearing in this matter on July 13, 2017. The Court was informed before and during the hearing that (1) Defendant is permitting medical monitoring, including taking of his vital signs and urine and blood samples; (2) Defendant is taking hydration, a daily vitamin, and a thiamine vitamin; (3) Defendant will begin taking liquefied food, and perhaps solid food, but may resume his hunger strike — refusing to take liquefied or solid food — if he is not housed with his fellow Iraqi Chaldean Christians.
With the agreement of the parties, as stated on the record during the hearing, this preliminary injunction will require a continuation of (1) and (2) above, but will not authorize force feeding or the use of restraints. If Defendant refuses (1) or (2) above, the government may seek further injunctive relief authorizing the use of restraints to accomplish (1) and (2). If Defendant continues or resumes refusing liquefied and solid food, and the government concludes that he is in danger of serious injury or death, the government may seek further injunctive relief from the Court. The Court makes no decision today on how it will rule on future requests for injunctive relief.