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Instacart to distribute coronavirus safety kits after workers' strike

Reuters Thursday, 2 April 2020
U.S. online grocery delivery company Instacart said on Thursday it will distribute free health and safety kits to full-service shoppers, days after its workers went on strike to call attention to safety and wage concerns over the coronavirus crisis.
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