Amazon’s ‘deep clean’ of its coronavirus-infected warehouse will continue… indefinitely

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It happened: Amazon shut down one of its warehouse indefinitely after three workers tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), Bloomberg reports. Through automated calls, the e-commerce giant told employees late Wednesday it would extend the 48-hour “enhanced, deep cleaning” of its Shepherdsville, Kentucky returns facility that began earlier this week. Late Wednesday, the e-commerce giant told employees it would extend the 48-hour “enhanced, deep cleaning” of its Shepherdsville, Kentucky, returns facility — all via automated calls. [Read: Bezos dumped $3.4B in Amazon shares just before coronavirus tanked the stock market] Some employees were reportedly nervous to return to work. The Shepherdsville location…
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