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Amazon’s six warehouses in France will reportedly reopen on May 19 with about one-third of staff after an April 14 court order forced them to shut down to reassess the risk of contagion among workers.
Reuters first reported the latest update, which cited an agreement signed by five French unions last week, following the initial complaint by a group of French trade unions that led to the court order. As a result of this agreement, Amazon is no longer limited to only shipping essential items like food and medical supplies.