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8 Mai 2020

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Clifford Michael, The City, Business Insider (USA)

USA: Amazon workers say they have to jam onto buses to get to the company's Staten Island warehouse

30 April 2020 

Employees at Amazon's sprawling Staten Island warehouse say they're forced to pack onto city buses to get to work — and are calling on the online retail giant to provide social-distance-friendly shuttles... 

"It's crowded. We're like sardines in a can," said Amazon employee Phillip Ruiz, 35, who is burning through his paid time off because he's afraid of bringing coronavirus home to immunocompromised loved ones. 

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