Kaiser Permanente and healthcare workers reach a tentative deal to avoid strike

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – On Saturday, a tentative deal was reached between Kaiser Permanente and union leaders that prevented thousands of nurses and health care workers from striking.

They agreed on a four-year contract that covers 50,000 health care employees in 22 local unions.

The new deal includes guaranteed wage increases, no medical coverage reductions, opportunities for career growth, and more.

On Good Morning San Diego, Allie Wagner told us more about the deal and the strike cancellation.

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