1.44 percent of Amazon’s front-line employees, or 19,816 workers, have tested positive or been considered “positive for COVID-19,” Amazon said. Blog post published on Thursday. The company says it employs 1,372,000 front-line employees at both Amazon and Whole Foods.
This blog reveals for the first time how many of its workers have been contracted to COVID-19, and the demand has increased months later. Workers, Governments, And Amazon investors. There are also reports of Amazon warehouse workers Worked between them Trying to determine how many of his colleagues have contracted the disease. The revelation is significant even after remarks by Dave Clark, senior vice president of Amazon, worldwide operations In the month of May“The total number of cases is not particularly useful,” he said. 60 minutes Interview.
Amazon points out that its 19,816 cases are lower than the 33,952 reported when comparing its total employee count with the general population case rate reported by Johns Hopkins University. But while it will paint Amazon in a positive light, at least 10 employees have died from the disease, NBC News Confirmed with Amazon in an article Published yesterday. The company did not discuss the death in today’s blog post.
Amazon says it conducts thousands of COVID-19 tests every day, with a target of doing 50,000 tests a day at 650 sites by November. The company also says it has distributed more than 100 million face masks, launched temperature checks and introduced “advanced cleaning procedures” on its sites.
However, workers at a warehouse in Indianapolis, Indiana said Edge Cleaning has been uneven and the site is too crowded for proper social distance In the month of May. And three warehouse workers sued the company In the month of June, Claims that working conditions put them at risk of COVID-19 infection.
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