Q: Manager @ CA Regional RV Park covered up an employee Cov-19 OUTBREAK. Endangering 200+ residents. This can’t be legal!
Manager hosted internal company party while gov. ordinances, i.e. “no social gatherings” were in full effect. Masks not enforced. 9 employees contracted Covid-19 at this party.
Facility falsely reported only ONE Covid positive case.
Employees were laid-off for a month to quarantine. Circumventing the gov.n’t Covid benefits due.
Staff severely reduced thus critical facilities (restrooms) were shut down for Permanent Residents. Leaving seniors w/mobility issues to fend for themselves (open restroom lacked handicap access.)
No CDC “outbreak” sanitation protocols were implemented. Employees still wore no masks upon “re-hire”; endangering residents, employees & visitors. Including CHILDREN.
Residents want to collectively petition for the managers removal and bring forth charges. Can we do anything?
Nobody died, so nobody cares. This Park is contracted to host the 2028 Mountain Biking Olympic Games, I’m sure $ making contracts are priority. Greedy hands want this silenced.
A: more info needed.
you can always petition or sue for anything.......whether you can get a lawyer to take the case on a contingency AND collect anything is another story.
i would think contacting the owner of the establishment would make the most sense.
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