A survey of 400 Los Angeles fast-food workers found nearly a quarter said they caught COVID-19 and nearly 2 in 3 said they fell victim to wage theft during the pandemic

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When indoor dining closed, drive-thru traffic boomed, with Taco Bell alone servicing 30 million more cars in the fall of 2020 compared with the year before. But fast-food industry workers, most making no more than minimum wage, suffered the consequences of working in tight quarters through what is now at least four stressful waves of COVID-19.

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