Many California Workers Feel Unsafe Returning to Work

Governing: A hotel housekeeper who works for minimum wage. A downtown lawyer with a six-figure salary. A Disneyland parking attendant who supports four sons. A rural schoolteacher whose husband has lung disease.

What they have in common: fear.

Also anger, confusion and frustration with California’s roller-coaster coronavirus economy — in which workplaces close and open and close again, rules for those that remain open can change by the day, and enforcement often seems lax.

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