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California Native American leaders fear the deaths that have shadowed their communities this past year have been undercounted.
A fieldworker wears a hat with the golden eagle, the official bird of Mexico, as he uses it to shield his face from the sun while he picks strawberries on Saturday, April 25, 2020.
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Los trabajadores agrícolas dicen que los empleadores, Cal/OSHA no hacen cumplir las regulaciones de seguridad COVID-19

Un nuevo estudio muestra que los trabajadores agrícolas dicen que los mismos empleadores y agencias que redactaron las regulaciones de emergencia con la intención de mantenerlos seguros los dejaron desprotegidos del COVID-19.
A fieldworker wears a hat with the golden eagle, the official bird of Mexico, as he uses it to shield his face from the sun while he picks strawberries on Saturday, April 25, 2020.
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Farmworkers Say Employers, Cal/OSHA Don’t Enforce COVID-19 Safety Regulations

A new study shows farmworkers say they have been left unprotected from COVID-19 by the very employers and agencies who wrote emergency regulations intended to keep them safe.
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