Worry Over Coronavirus Grows Among Boeing Factory Workforce
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March 19, 2020 - by Dominic Gates for seattletimes.com
Workers inside Boeing's Everett factory and other plants in the region are growing increasingly restless and angry at the company as jet assembly work continues while many businesses outside Boeing are at a standstill and fear grows about coronavirus infections inside the plants.
A total of 14 Boeing employees in the Puget Sound region are now confirmed to have the virus, most of them in Everett.
And even though that manufacturing complex covers 1,000 acres with as many as 200 separate buildings, including the largest by volume in the world, it isn't big enough for some people on site to feel safe from the virus.
"It's a bad feeling to go to work every day.
You are scared to touch surfaces," the 777 employee said. "It's almost to the point where I won't go in. My health is more important than money right now."...
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