Friday, October 22, 2021

Santa Barbara Pledges to Protect Essential Workers

As COVID-19 cases rise in California, Santa Barbara city leaders have voted to expand protection for essential workers, including farm workers and grocery store employees. The health and economic threats of COVID-19 remain, but elected officials hope their efforts to provide temporary quarantine housing, increased paid sick leave, and stricter regulation for employers to maintain cleanliness and report any COVID-19 cases within their facilities.

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