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In Germany, Amazon Employees Are Going On Strike Because Of Coronavirus Illness

Amazon has been faced with a protracted battle against higher wages and logistics staff in Germany since 2013.
In Germany, Amazon Employees Are Going On Strike Because Of Coronavirus Illness

Laborers at six Amazon locales in Germany will take to the streets on Monday in a fight over security after some staff at coordinations focuses tried positive for coronavirus, trade guild Verdi said. Verdi said on Sunday that the strike would last in any event 48 hours, under the proverb 'Great and sound work', to criticize what it called an absence of straightforwardness by the US retail monster after laborers tried positive for COVID-19.



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"We have data that at any rate 30 to 40 partners were tainted," said Verdi agent Orhan Akman.

Amazon has confronted a long-running fight with associations in Germany over better compensation and conditions for coordinations laborers, who have organized regular strikes since 2013.



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In Leipzig, Bad Hersfeld, Rheinberg, Werne, and Koblenz, the strikes were said to have affected the Amazon locations. He said that Amazon benefits the safety of his workers.

Amazon dismissed the allegations in an announcement and said that as of June it had contributed $4 billion (generally Rs. 30,227 crores) on measures to shield its worldwide workforce and customers from the danger of COVID-19 contaminations.











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Amazon has demanded 470 million hand sanitation tubes, 21 million masks, 19 million veils, and other facial safety devices since February in Germany, the largest market after the United States, and 39 million disinfectant packets of wipes, Amazone 's spokesperson stated.
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