Non-essential housing maintenance work must stop, says Unite, which reports that tenants in Kent as well as workers are being exposed to the virus for small jobs around the house.
Thousands of council and social housing tenants in Kent as well as workers visiting their homes are being put at unnecessary risk during the current lockdown, reports Unite the union.
Unite says three large companies which manage social housing contracts in Kent are sending out maintenance workers to do non-essential repairs where tenants, claims Unite, do not always comply with safety protocols.
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