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Construction workers across the US share their conflicting thoughts on still going to work during the coronavirus pandemic

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Construction workers of various types from around the country share their thoughts about working during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some workers are outraged that states are requiring them to continue construction on what seems non-essential work while others say their work is absolutely necessary.
A couple of construction workers shared how efforts to make construction sites more sanitary has made them feel better about going to work.
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