An Amazon employee told Business Insider that they saw testing stations being set up at a warehouse in Fresno, California.
In a statement, the company confirmed that it has begun a “small-scale pilot,” but declined to say where or if COVID-19 testing would be done or if it would be mandatory.
Dr. Ashish Jha, direct of the Harvard Global Health Institute, previously told Business Insider he was skeptical that in-house testing was a good idea, saying it could put Amazon in competition with governments for testing resources.
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Amazon has begun an in-house, pilot coronavirus testing program for its employees, the company confirmed in a statement on Thursday.
The online retailer would not say where it is conducting the pilot, but Business Insider first became aware of the initiative following a tip from an employee at an Amazon fulfillment center in Fresno, California.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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