CDC says Americans should wear masks in public The family of a Walmart worker who died of complications from COVID-19 is suing the retailer, accusing managers at the Chicago-area store where he worked of ignoring his symptoms and failing to let colleagues know he may have contracted the coronavirus disease.  The family of Wando Evans, 51, filed the wrongful death lawsuit Monday in Cook County Circuit Court. Their suit alleges management at the store in Evergreen Park, Illinois, at first ignored symptoms exhibited by Evans and other workers that were consistent with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.Evans, an overnight stock and maintenance worker employed at the store for 15 years, was sent home by store managers on March 23 and found dead two days later, according to the suit. Another worker from the same store, 49-year-old Phillip Thomas, died six days after Evans, also exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, according to a sister of Thomas who lashed out at the retailer in a statement issued by the labor advocacy group United for Respect.”For weeks, my brother and his coworkers worked at Walmart without masks or gloves while thousands of customers came in every day. There was no enforced social distancing


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