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caption: Some Amazon warehouse workers in New York's Staten Island walked off their jobs on Monday, demanding the company shut the facility for cleaning after several confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
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Some Amazon warehouse workers in New York's Staten Island walked off their jobs on Monday, demanding the company shut the facility for cleaning after several confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
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What lead to Amazon's biggest coronavirus outbreak

Many workplaces are only as good as their managers. But the stakes skyrocket when your employer is Amazon, and the question is enforcement of social distancing rules in a crowded warehouse during a pandemic.

The New York Times’ Karen Weise tells Record host Bill Radke about how an Amazon warehouse in the Poconos that became the largest cluster in the tech giant’s sprawling empire.