Workers at Spectrum, the telecommunications giant that provides cable and internet service to 29 million customers, say the company is failing to take basic steps to keep them safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. A Spectrum technician in New York City, which is now the epicenter of the outbreak, tells Popular Information that he is being dispatched into homes without any protective equipment. The technician relies on gloves purchased by a relative and his own personal supply of hand sanitizer, which is running low. The technician says workers throughout the city report similar shortages. Spectrum brought in
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