Be safe - Spray the packages once arrived and wash your hands...
Amazon employees have tested positive for the coronavirus in at least eight US warehouses, which include New York, Kentucky, Florida, Texas, Michigan, Connecticut and Oklahoma.
The company says that all of the employees at the sites have been made aware of the confirmed cases.
Anyone who was in close contact with the diagnosed individuals have been asked to stay home with pay for 14-days in self-quarantine.
Amazon did not say whether any of the warehouses would temporarily close for cleaning purposes.
Last week, Amazon confirmed the case of COVID-19 at their Queens fulfillment center, saying that they are 'supporting the individual who is now in quarantine'.
On Tuesday it was revealed that a Staten Island warehouse employee has also tested positive for the virus.
In Florida, an individual who was last at Amazon's Jacksonville facility on March 18 is receiving medical care and is in quarantine.
In a global coronavirus pandemic that has infected about 438,000 people and killed more than 19,600, Amazon workers have become as essential as first respondents, providing food and other basics for millions of people who are isolating themselves under government stay-home directives.
But in an interview with the Today show, Dr John Torres explained that people receiving deliveries from any company should be careful how they handle those packages.
Torres explained that the virus can live on various surfaces for various times.
'Anywhere from copper around four hours to stainless steel and plastic two-three days. Cardboard is right down the middle 24 hours is how long it could live on there and still be what we call viable, meaning it could still pass on coronavirus,' Torres said.
Torres explained that people who are still receiving packages should throw away the outside package immediately and then wash your hands.
'With the inside package you can do two things: You can let it sit there for 24 hours. It should go away at that point. If you need it now you can disinfect it on the outside which should help to some extent, but the main thing is once you handle that wash your hands before you touch your face,' Torres said.
In a letter to his employees last weekend, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said he believes things are going to take a turn for the worse before they get any better.
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