LOCAL 6143 - San Antonio, Texas

Congratulations CWA/AT&T Mobility Members on the Ratification of your new four year contract!

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Due to the recent Cornona Virus Epidemic, the safety of our Members & their Families, and per direction from both our District & National Leadership, we will be cancelling all meetings with a large amount of people until further notice. This will include the regular monthly Local Meetings scheduled for the second Thursday of each month. Should this situation change we will update this page accordingly.

Should any of our Members become ill with symptoms of the Coronavirus or are exposed to someone who has been confirmed to have the Virus, it's imperative that it is not only reported to the Company, but also CWA 6143 so we can address on a per case basis. Please visit this link to the CDC to review the known symptoms:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/symptoms.html

Please follow all normal reporting ill procedures as well as notify us by calling the hall and filling out the following electronic form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScSFzvlyiLYGJvplqrgqGO_2Rd3pIYDpiECgHIkH0aQ6FZukg/viewform

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