Seven Ways the Government Can Protect Essential Workers in the Fight Against Coronavirus

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This post originally appeared on the Center for American Progress. It has been republished with permission.

Essential workers, like grocery store managers and workers continue to go to work during the COVID-19 virus shutdown. (Wonderlane)

The longer the COVID-19 pandemic has continued, the clearer it has become that essential workers do not have the rights and protections they need and deserve.

Too many essential workers—a term whose definition varies by location but includes millions of health care workers, as well as workers that ensure Americans can buy food and household items—do not have adequate safety gear, access to health care or paid family and medical leave, decent pay or a strong voice at work to ensure fair treatment and compliance with existing standards.

These workers are making it possible for the country to continue to function during the crisis,…

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