Kaiser mental health workers begin week-long strike

Thousand of Kaiser Permanente mental health workers, including 4,000 who are members of the National Union of Healthcare Workers, began a five-day strike on Monday, drawing attention to long wait times for patients seeking care, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The mental health professionals rallied outside eight Kaiser offices, including in San Francisco. The strike continues today with protests planned inn other locations, including Oakland, Santa Rosa, and Santa Clara.

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