Wrexham Outbreak…thank God WAG have a handle on it…NOT

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    Llayby lilly
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    If you ever wanted evidence how pathetic and ineffective WAG are in a crisis…look and read no further. Well done Rob on exposing such incompetence personified.

    “Perverse” situation could see workers ‘reluctant to come forward’ for testing ‘because of the financial consequences’

    Lilly

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    #188604

    wrexview
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    The company that owns 2 Sisters Factory on Anglesey are paying the wages of workers in full despite the plant being closed. Rowan Foods parent company it would appear are not willing to do the same.

    #188618

    JaneJ
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    At least the 2 Sisters factory owners have dipped in and put a £1 million down to maintain the wages compared with Rowan- could that be because in Anglesey the largest number of workers are local residents from Anglesey and Gwynedd — Wrexham has more agency workers who are East European.
    Why have the company who supply the agency workers not spoken at all about the situation — as they placed the staff they should have a duty of care– looks like a case of profit before people.
    Looks like there are lots of things going on that are being brushed under the carpet and increasing the risk for the Wrexham community.
    Rowan has more cases now than at 2 Sisters at the time when Anglesey Council said no to opening schools – where is Wrexham Council with a statement about our communities are safe for children — is it because no one is prepared to say that.

    #188690

    Matt
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    A sensible on topic contribution here:

    300 workers not yet shown up for testing, are they still turning up to work or are they supposedly self isolating?

    Public Health Wales & Health Board work “to urgently contact just over 300 workers that have not yet presented for testing”

    #188691

    Truthbeknown
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    Surely, they have contact details and will or should know if they are in work ??

    #188693

    wrexview
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    Wonder if these are the Agency staff? The agency might receive their pay and distribute to each individual. Perhaps the agency/agencies hold the necessary contact information.

    #188703

    JaneJ
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    Or msybe not!! Looks like this outbreak will highlight the hidden workforce in the UK. How many of the missing workers are illegals brought in by gangmasters.
    Even in this day we still have modern slavery even probably in Wrexham.
    The authorities have a massive job on their hands probably with some workers to scared to talk.

    #188707

    wrexview
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    Whatever the case , personation, agency workers or modern day slavery, the investigation must go on and the truth must be established. Someone knows these people and where they are.

    #188709

    zinger
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    More likely that they are avoiding the test because they can’t afford to live on sick pay.

    #188711

    JaneJ
    Participant

    Many of these workers get a large slice of their hourly rate taken by the Agency leaving them with minimum wage or below if they get accommodation- fear of losing accommodation will be one of the biggest reasons why these 300 have disappeared

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