Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The novel coronavirus has killed at least 30 members of the nation’s largest food and retail union, the organization announced. In response, the union has launched a new campaign urging Americans to shop smarter to better protect these essential workers during the global health crisis.The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW,) which represents over a million people employed in grocery stores, food processing, meatpacking, retail and other industries, disclosed on Monday that at least 30 members have died to date from COVID-19. Nearly 3,000 food and grocery workers who are members of the union have also been directly impacted by the ongoing outbreak. The novel coronavirus has killed at least 30 members of the nation’s largest food and retail union, the organization announced on April 13. (iStock)CORONAVIRUS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW The UCFW cited the estimated number of deaths and employees potentially exposed to COVID-19 from reports shared by local unions, including members who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, been hospitalized, missed shifts at work because of self-quarantine, are awaiting test results, or appear symptomatic for the viral disease.“The coronavirus


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