Thousands of Kaiser Permanente health care workers in Southern California and beyond are returning to work Saturday following a three-day strike billed as the largest of its type in U.S. history.

Workers started returning as of 6 a.m. Saturday and officials with the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions and the healthcare provider said contract negotiations are set to resume Thursday.

However, the unions said they may issue a 10-day strike notice Saturday, potentially setting the stage for further walkouts if a contract agreement is not reached.


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