- Fast-food workers in LA are “especially vulnerable” to COVID-19, a new report says.
- Some restaurants in Los Angeles County aren’t following COVID-19 rules and punish staff for speaking out, the report found.
- Restaurants sometimes didn’t tell workers when colleagues caught the virus, according to complaints.
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Fast-food workers in Los Angeles are facing unsafe conditions at work, and outbreaks among staff at restaurants are threatening the area’s ability to recover from the pandemic, a new report says.
Fast-food workers in LA County are “especially vulnerable” to COVID-19 community transmission, the report by