CDC contractor failed to follow coronavirus rules, and a worker got sick, whistleblower says
Brianna Flores was hired to dispense CDC coronavirus guidance, but she says MAXIMUS failed to follow the rules. She said she could see right away that the company was not practicing the CDC social distancing rules she was hired to preach.
“They barely had enough room to fit us all in, let alone observe a 6 foot distance between each person,” Flores said. “There were no assigned seats or assigned headsets, and we were given a single bottle of cleaner to share. We had to spray our stations ourselves.”
Within days of the orientation, Flores said she was forced to go into quarantine for two weeks because a trainee in her group tested positive for the coronavirus.
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