“When you have a crowded living condition, when you have a population that perhaps may not have access to health care services, preventive services, social supports, when you have a population that may be socially isolated,” Do-Reynoso said, “all that makes a perfect storm during a pandemic.” – The Counter

One thing the pandemic is teaching us is that the nation is not prepared to deal with the supply-chain issues that have arisen. Outbreaks are happening within manufacturing, meat and poultry plants, and produce production. The companies we turn to for these services are responsible for the health and safety of their employees. OSHA and the Trump administration have been missing in action in addressing this crisis.

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