Worker forced to work in ‘plastic bubble’

WINDOW ROCK

At a time when school and office re-openings are being considered, it can be enormously stressful for employees with underlying health conditions.

Add supervisors who are less than informative or accommodating, and the whole process can be terrifying, as has been the case for Evangeline Largo at the Fort Defiance Agency Office of the Navajo Nation Department of Child Support Services.

When Largo was deemed essential and called back to work on a staggered schedule in June, she arrived at her office to learn it would be draped with plastic sheets.

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