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Michael Krewson

A COVID-19 positive California woman was instructed to quarantine, isolate, and inform the people she had been in contact with. Instead she went to work while contagious, didn't tell her roommates, and infected all 16 people in her household.

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Uhmmmmm...

If there are 16 people in her household and 11 of them are kids, I think she HAD to go to work. The joys of poverty.

A lot of people are out of work and many who aren’t are struggling to keep their job(s) as it is. We’re likely going to see a lot more of this in the coming weeks/months/years; people who knowingly go to work sick because if they don’t, they or their kids will go without food, shelter or both.

It’s a shame America wasn’t prepared to take care of its citizens in a time of crisis. It just goes to show who’s really pulling the weight in this country.

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That's what happens in California when a tiny studio is $2200 a month. To buy a tiny condo of the same size is $700k. To get a decent amount of space for a couple it is at least $3000.

Housing there is out of control. Normal people need to live with 16 other people.

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