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Workers from Amazon, Instacart, and others are calling in sick to protest poor virus protections

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acastro_190920_1777_amazon_0003.0.0.jpg Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

On May 1st, workers from Amazon, Whole Foods, Instacart, FedEx, Target, and Walmart joined together in a series of work stoppages to protest conditions and equipment in the face of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. The actions have been organized by a range of groups within the various companies, but are timed to coincide with International Workers’ Day. The groups are encouraging customers to boycott the stores and services for the duration of the day.

Organizers at Amazon said thousands of employees are participating in the actions nationwide.

A flyer distributed in support of the work stoppages.

The groups are calling for better practices and equipment to protect frontline workers from contracting the disease at...

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