This 26 March 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
Coronavirus Is Spreading Through Amazon’s Warehouses In The US | Mashable News
The news comes after more than 1,500 Amazon warehouse workers started a petition asking the company to take more precautions to protect them from the virus.
Translated from the (conservative Roman Catholic) daily De Standaard in Belgium today:
85 percent of audited companies do not adhere to corona measures: “This really should not continue”
Inspections of about 328 companies in the past two weeks have shown that 280 businesses do not adhere to the corona measures. This is evident from figures requested by the Green opposition party. …
From the figures requested by Green MP Evita Willaert, it turns out that the Inspectorate for Well-being at Work (TWW) registered 704 corona-related complaints in the period from March 23 to April 3. The service also carried out 750 remote checks, by which a checklist is gone over by telephone. In 85 percent of companies, staff did not follow the rules and insufficient distance was kept between them.
MP Evita Willaert (Groen) reacted indignantly to Radio1: “In 85 percent of the cases where inspection came, they had to give a warning. In 20 cases it was also decided to close company halls. 85 percent, you really can’t do that. That’s way too much.”
52 employers were also given a period to comply and one company received a misdemeanour police citation.
“People play games with the health of all employees by being so lax with the guidelines”, says Willaert.
Belgium: Faced with this, social struggles have multiplied in many enterprises (Audi, Volvo, Decathlon, Leonidas, Neuhaus, Brice, Bombardier, Safran Aero, Sonaca, Arcelor and many others) where protests and work stoppages have forced the National Security Council to tighten the screws on certain companies and sectors. The union leaderships have agreed with the bosses to establish a list of essential sectors where work can be authorized with fewer – and therefore more dangerous – measures of social distance. This list includes sectors that make sense (food, pharmacies and health care for example) but the devil is in the detail. For example, all petrochemicals are considered ” essential “, including those used to make perfume or plastic gadgets: here.