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With New COVID-19 Cases, Some Say Chicago Ford Plant Opened Too Soon

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With New COVID-19 Cases, Some Say Chicago Ford Plant Opened Too Soon

With New COVID-19 Cases, Some Say Chicago Ford Plant Opened Too Soon

As people sound the alarm at the Chicago Assembly Plant on Torrence Avenue, one expert says paid sick leave is needed.

CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.

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