UNREAL Story About Execs Betting on Employees Health

An unbelievable lawsuit charges Tyson pork processing plant managers and supervisors betting on which employees would get covid-19. John Iadarola and Dan Evans break it down on The Damage Report. Follow The Damage Report on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDamageReportTYT/

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Read more here: https://wcfcourier.com/news/local/lawsuit-tyson-managers-bet-money-on-how-many-workers-would-contract-covid-19/article_c148b4b8-5bb5-5068-9f03-cc81eff099cc.html

"A wrongful death lawsuit tied to COVID-19 infections in a Waterloo pork processing plant alleges that during the initial stages of the pandemic, Tyson Foods ordered employees to report for work while supervisors privately wagered money on the number of workers who would be sickened by the deadly virus.

Earlier this year, the family of the late Isidro Fernandez sued the meatpacking company, alleging Fernandez was exposed to the coronavirus at the Waterloo plant where he worked. The lawsuit alleges Tyson Foods is guilty of a “willful and wanton disregard for workplace safety.”*

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