Los Angeles Times
Rachel Campos took several months off after a bout of COVID-19. In July, Rachel returned to work as a grocery cashier. She has more knowledge about how to reduce the risk of contracting it on the job and hopes to feel safer.
Last week, Campos, a colleague who had been in close contact at Ralphs, tested positive for the virus. She has also heard of other infections among her staff, which is threatening any sense of safety or control as the coronavirus omicron sweeps through California at a staggering pace.
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