How increased stress is affecting essential workers
Essential workers have reported an increase in mental illness since the start of the pandemic.
When Katrina Storton started working at a Target in Goleta, CA, her store had less community than she was used to. Workers at the store weren’t allowed to eat lunch together and she only knew the people on her team.
“We were already kind of just treated like numbers,” said Storton. “But once quarantine started and corporate told us we had to start complying to…