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Protect Exposed Workers

Posted 2/5/21

Two of the fundamental precepts of good government are fairness and common sense. A third is that if two parties are involved in a process, and one of them is unreliable and unreasonable, government should do what it can to offer redress to the inconvenienced party.

Which is why Anthony Wells, the head of Social Service Employees Local 371, is particularly unhappy that employees he represents at the Human Resources Administration's job centers are not being given priority for coronavirus vaccines, although they regularly deal with clients who defy city and state regulations on wearing masks.

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