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Illegal aliens spreading the Kung Flu

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CNN just said the we are seeing increases in kung flu due to young people partying, gatherings like weddings, and seasonal farm workers traveling and living in crowded together.

 

"seasonal farm workers" is a euphamism for illegal aliens, right?

 

is this finally the democrats admitting illegal aliens are spreading disease?

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1 hour ago, jkrock said:

"seasonal farm workers" is a euphamism for illegal aliens, right?

 

Not exactly. 

 

There are two different groups of migrant farm workers. 

 

illegals who crossed the border

 

and there are those who come legally on a government program to work the fields. 

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7 mins ago, Dave S said:

Not exactly. 

 

There are two different groups of migrant farm workers. 

 

illegals who crossed the border

 

and there are those who come legally on a government program to work the fields. 

Over half(more than a million) seasonal farm workers are illegal aliens.

 

im sure it’s the other half the Dems think are spreading Wuhan 

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8 mins ago, Jmat321 said:

Seasonal farm workers are typically here on H-2s.  

Over half are illegal aliens.  Not on visas 

 

in fact, I think in 2015 we only issued 140,000 visas and there were 2.4 million farm workers with over a million being illegal 

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1 min ago, jkrock said:

Over half are illegal aliens.  Not on visas 

 

in fact, I think in 2015 we only issued 140,000 visas and there were 2.4 million farm workers with over a million being illegal 

Also take in mind that a good portion of those on the program bring the entire family. 

 

 

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"Farm workers test positive" as a search term gives results.

 

Farmworkers who test positive for COVID-19 to be offered hotel rooms so they can isolate safely
Local News
by: Angelica Lei Lani
Posted: Aug 5, 2020 / 07:46 PM PDT / Updated: Aug 5, 2020 / 07:46 PM PDT
FRESNO, California (KSEE) – Help is on the way for local Ag workers who need to isolate themselves during the pandemic thanks to a new program that could provide hotel rooms if a worker tests positive for COVID-19.
The program, organized by the Central Valley Community Foundation, will be rolled out over the next two weeks. The non-profit says it is a vital step to help keep essential workers safe as farmworkers have a greater risk of being exposed to the virus.
“Here in Fresno, about one in four jobs are directly related to agriculture and so you would expect this industry to be impacted by COVID with the rising numbers we’ve seen and as an industry we’re taken this extraordinarily seriously and trying to do all we can to protect our employees,” said CEO of the Fresno County Farm Bureau Ryan Jacobsen.
Advocates for the migrant community say worker protection is vital. The Central Valley Community Foundation’s Hannah Johnson agrees.
“We realize that we needed to provide a safe place to quarantine, some wrap-around services, access to testing’s been an issue,” said Johnson.
Johnson says the foundation is working with other organizations on the program.
“The support for the hotels is coming from a FEMA reimbursement through the state. The state has contracts with about 20 hotels in the Central Valley currently and is working to add more just so we can be prepared for as many farm works who need to use this service.”
Once the program is underway in Fresno County, the Central Valley Community Foundation hopes to provide it in other Central Valley counties as well.

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1 min ago, Jetty Jumper said:

"Farm workers test positive" as a search term gives results.

 

Farmworkers who test positive for COVID-19 to be offered hotel rooms so they can isolate safely
Local News
by: Angelica Lei Lani
Posted: Aug 5, 2020 / 07:46 PM PDT / Updated: Aug 5, 2020 / 07:46 PM PDT
FRESNO, California (KSEE) – Help is on the way for local Ag workers who need to isolate themselves during the pandemic thanks to a new program that could provide hotel rooms if a worker tests positive for COVID-19.
The program, organized by the Central Valley Community Foundation, will be rolled out over the next two weeks. The non-profit says it is a vital step to help keep essential workers safe as farmworkers have a greater risk of being exposed to the virus.
“Here in Fresno, about one in four jobs are directly related to agriculture and so you would expect this industry to be impacted by COVID with the rising numbers we’ve seen and as an industry we’re taken this extraordinarily seriously and trying to do all we can to protect our employees,” said CEO of the Fresno County Farm Bureau Ryan Jacobsen.
Advocates for the migrant community say worker protection is vital. The Central Valley Community Foundation’s Hannah Johnson agrees.
“We realize that we needed to provide a safe place to quarantine, some wrap-around services, access to testing’s been an issue,” said Johnson.
Johnson says the foundation is working with other organizations on the program.
“The support for the hotels is coming from a FEMA reimbursement through the state. The state has contracts with about 20 hotels in the Central Valley currently and is working to add more just so we can be prepared for as many farm works who need to use this service.”
Once the program is underway in Fresno County, the Central Valley Community Foundation hopes to provide it in other Central Valley counties as well.

OK they appear to be on the government program. 

 

Most if not all are supported by church or non profit groups for living facilities. 

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