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Coronavirus fears spur Amazon workers in New York to walk off job until building is cleaned

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Coronavirus fears spur Amazon workers in New York to walk off job until building is cleanedAmazon employees at a New York City warehouse plan to walk out Monday, as more workers demand better protections amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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News video: Amazon, Instacart Workers Threaten Coronavirus Strike

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Amazon workers on Staten Island plan to walk out today, and Instacart employees say they still plan to strike after the company took some action.

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