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COVID and Work in Mexico- Killing workers at U.S. factories

Throughout March, even as business and manufacturing slowed to a halt across much of the world in an effort to contain the new coronavirus, work in foreign-owned factories in northern Mexico carried on as usual.Hundreds of thousands of workers continued to toil side by side in Juarez, Tijuana and other border cities, churning out electronics, medical equipment and auto parts.Meanwhile, the virus was spreading.At a plant owned by Michigan-based Lear Corp. that makes textiles for automobile seats, workers began turning up at the on-site infirmary about a month ago with fevers and coughs.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ Coronavirus is killing workers at U.S. factories in Mexico – Los Angeles Times

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