Workers at FCA Sterling Heights plant stop working over COVID-19 concerns – WDIV ClickOnDetroit

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich.– Several workers at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Sterling Heights plant refused to work over issues about coronavirus.
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According to FCA, an employee at the plant has been sent for testing and the workers work area is being decontaminated.
Regional 4 got numerous calls and emails from workers concerned with the circumstance.
FCA stated its working along with the UAW to attend to the concerns and hopes to resume operations Saturday night.
Employees at the Jefferson North Plant strolled off the job Thursday for the exact same factor.
Local 4 inspected in earlier this month to see how plant operations are running in the middle of coronavirus restrictions. Auto employees are trying to tread carefully and prevent spreading out COVID-19.
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