This 30 April 2020 video from Canada says about itself:
Amazon workers slam warehouse conditions
Workers for online retail giant Amazon say the company is not protecting staff from the spread of the coronavirus. Five cases of COVID-19 have been reported at the company’s facility north of Calgary.
From daily The Guardian in Britain:
Industrial bleach is being sold on Amazon through its product pages which consumers are buying under the mistaken belief that it is a “miracle cure” for Covid-19, despite health warnings from the US Food and Drug Administration that drinking the fluid can kill.
The chlorine dioxide solutions are being sold on the Amazon platform under the brand name CD Kit and NatriChlor. …
In comments from Amazon customers under the review section of the pages … users discuss how many drops of bleach they are imbibing and explain they are drinking the chemical which they call MMS to “disinfect ourselves”, a phrase that echoes Donald Trump’s controversial remarks in April that injections of disinfectant could cure Covid-19.
A march on Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’s Beverly Hills mansion is planned today by activist groups, who hope to draw attention to the e-commerce giant’s business practices and working conditions: here.