Jamie L. LaReau, Detroit Free Press Published 2:09 p.m. ET March 16, 2020 | Updated 2:26 p.m. ET March 16, 2020After several discussions and a joint call over the weekend, the UAW and the Detroit Three car companies are forming a COVID-19/Coronavirus Task Force to provide more protection to workers in warehouses and factories.“Workplace health and safety is a priority for us every day; all three companies have been taking steps to keep the COVID-19/coronavirus out of their facilities, and during this national emergency, we will do even more working together,” said UAW President Rory Gamble, who convened the leaders of all three companies.“All options related to protecting against exposure to the virus are on the table,” Gamble said.Many UAW members at Detroit Three factories have reached out to the Free Press in recent days with concerns about possible exposure to coronavirus while on the job.”We’re actually scared on the floor,” said a UAW member at a Detroit Three plant who asked not to be identified for fear of losing his job. “I’m a robot electrician, and when a robot breaks and I have to fix it, you can have five or six guys all working on that robot. If one of us has coronavirus, we’re all exposed. We’re


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