This is a very thorough review of the ups and downs of the labor movement in the face of ten months of COVID-19. The class nature of the distribution of the COVID-19 virus is starkly apparent. Well over 300,000 people have died, most of them poor, working class and some middle-class. Some 550,000 health care workers have gotten the virus. All this while capitalists saw their profits soar. While there have been some strikes, there has been nothing close to a coordinated mass strike. Unfortunately, this reveals the lack of labor organizing. Hopefully, workers can use the extended period of time before a vaccine kicks in to become better organized.
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