As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to affect communities across the globe, CWA leaders are engaging with employers to ensure that they are providing CWA members with comprehensive safety and prevention measures in an environment that encourages open and free communication without fear of reprisal or negative impacts on pay or continued employment.
CWA's Health and Safety department has established a process for locals to report on what protections employers have put in place as well as for members to report any incidents of exposure or infection. If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms consistent with infection, contact your healthcare provider immediately and follow reporting procedures established by your employer. Also notify your CWA Local or District as soon as possible.
Local health and safety committees are also sharing information with members on protocols for avoiding infection at their workplaces.
State and Local COVID-19 Vaccine Plans
The first COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed across California to frontline healthcare workers and long-term care residents. Over the coming months, the state and county public health departments will develop and adhere to vaccination distribution strategies. To find out more information about these plans, visit one of the resources below.
California's Vaccinate All 58 Plan
Contra Costa County
Los Angeles County
San Bernardino County
San Diego County
San Francisco County
Santa Clara County