Amazon France must stop all ‘non-essential’ deliveries

Workers' union Sud Solidaire said that Amazon workers were still working shifts while terrified of catching the virus

Amazon France is no longer allowed to deliver any “non-essential” items during the Covid-19 crisis, as a French court condemns it for continuing to trade as normal, and for not doing enough to protect its workers.

Only “essential” items - such as food, health or medical products - will now be permitted for delivery by Amazon France, after a court in Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine, ‎Île-de-France) found that the company was continuing to operate “as if nothing was amiss”.

Leisure items - such ...

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