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The letter says “Owners still have to pay their bills,” then recommends, “If you have been laid-off from your job ... there are still several places hiring,” listing Domino’s Pizza, grocery stores, Amazon and Walmart.

The news comes amid a growing chorus of demands, for better health protections and pay, made by grocery and supply chain workers at multiple national companies, including Whole Foods, Amazon and Instacart.

So far around Baltimore, we've confirmed positive coronavirus cases among cops, firefighters, National Guard members, hospital workers, postal workers, bus drivers, Amazon fulfillment workers and grocery store workers. The front lines are vast.

The COVID-19 outbreak has driven essential workers—at warehouses, grocery stores, delivery apps and hospitals—to speak out and organize for change: What those at Instacart, Amazon, Whole Foods and other businesses want.

@amazon  is joining forces with @lyft  to attract drivers for grocery & package deliveries

Workers across the U.S. — including at Amazon and the grocery delivery service Instacart — are protesting what they see as inadequate safety measures and insufficient pay for the risks they are confronting on the job during the coronavirus pandemic

A group of Whole Foods employees across the U.S. called in sick today in an effort to press the Amazon-owned grocery chain to provide more safety protections and higher pay for workers with higher potential exposure to the coronavirus. @suhaunah  reports:

Amazon is helping Lyft drivers find work in their fulfillment centers to support grocery and packaging deliveries.

Exclusive: Amazon entices warehouse employees to grocery unit with higher pay

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Workers at Amazon warehouses, Whole Foods grocery stores and Instacart food delivery do some of the most important jobs in America. These wealthy corporations must give them the paid sick leave, safe workplaces, and protective gear they are demanding.

Grocery store workers, delivery workers, amazon workers, janitorial staff, ANYONE working these kinds of essential & vital jobs should be getting hazard pay. They are putting their health and lives on the line to keep the American public from completely unraveling.

Amazon warehouse workers in Staten Island and grocery deliverers for Instacart nationwide are preparing to strike — demanding stepped-up protection and pay as they continue to work amid the pandemic.

Ocado, a British online-grocery company, is using air-traffic-control systems and AI technology to co-ordinate 700 factory robots. Its use of technology has made it a challenger to Amazon’s grocery-delivery business

NEW from me: Walmart is working on an Amazon Prime competitor called Walmart+ that could launch next month Grocery delivery is at core, but plan is to add more perks that Amazon can’t easily match. Fuel and prescription drug discounts being considered

I’m sure the messages Hillary erased were all grocery lists and Amazon orders Just like all Bill and attorney General Lynch talked about on the tarmac in Phoenix were grandchildren.

Ocado, a British online-grocery company, is using air-traffic-control systems and AI technology to co-ordinate 700 factory robots. Its use of technology has made it a challenger to Amazon’s grocery-delivery business

Ocado, a British online-grocery company, is using air-traffic-control systems and AI technology to co-ordinate 700 factory robots. Its use of technology has made it a challenger to Amazon’s grocery-delivery business

Amazon has an emerging challenger. Ocado, a British firm, is using AI and automation technology to disrupt the online grocery-delivery industry

Ocado, a British online-grocery company, is using air-traffic-control systems and AI technology to co-ordinate 700 factory robots. Its use of technology has made it a challenger to Amazon’s grocery-delivery business

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