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OESPA has reached an agreement with Orange County School District regarding COVID-19 situation

OESPA members will be provided medical relief and accommodations if exposed to COVID-19

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The Orange County School District has signed an agreement with the Education Support Professionals Association (OESPA).

OESPA has reached an agreement with Orange County School District regarding COVID-19 situation

The OESPA is a union of clerks, custodians, transportation workers, workers in maintenance and administration, technicians, food service workers, security guards, and all the other paraprofessionals.

OESPA claims that the district is going to provide masks and gloves to all the union members.

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Union officials stated that appropriate screening programs will be initiated. Also, if a union member is tested positive to coronavirus, he will be given medical relief.

Also, OESPA explained that all the employees who are at high-risk exposure or are working as the primary caregiver of suspected cases will be provided necessary accommodations.

Union officials will provide face shields to the clinical staff and the workers who will be assigned as caregivers to students with disabilities.

OESPA further stated that custodians who will enter the area in which a person has been tested positive for COVID-19 will also be notified.

Related: Osceola protocol if a student is tested positive for COVID-19 at school

Next week the meeting is scheduled between union officials and union members for further discussion and latest updates on the matter.

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Written by Charles Stillwater

Mr. Charles has worked with BBC for several years before joining as chief editor for Orlando Solution. He is a father of two beautiful daughters and currently living in the beautiful city of Orlando. He likes to play basketball in his free time.

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