A French court ordered Amazon to deliver only essential items for the next month to protect its employees from the CCP virus.
“It is a great victory for us,” said Tatiana Campagne of the French union SUD, which filed the legal complaint against Amazon. “We feel that the health of workers was taken into account.”
A spokeswoman for Amazon, in a comment to the network, said the firm disagrees with the decision.
“We disagree with today's decision by the Nanterre Court of Justice and are currently assessing its implications for our French logistical sites," Amazon's spokesperson, Celine Mandouze, told CNN on Tuesday, adding that the company will appeal it.
“Nothing is more important than the safety of our employees...over the past four weeks, we have distributed more than 127,000 packs of disinfected wipes, 27,000 laters of hand sanitizers, and more than 1.5 million masks to our sites in France," Mandouze said.