Amazon is trimming its coronavirus-related paid leave after federal health officials shortened the isolation period for some Americans.
The e-commerce giant told employees Friday that they will be given seven days of paid leave, or a total of 40 hours, down from the previous total of 10 days.
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The policy went into effect immediately and impacts all U.S. employees regardless of their vaccination status.
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"As we have throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to work closely with public health authorities and our own medical experts to determine the most effective ways to keep our employees and our communities safe," an Amazon spokesperson told FOX Business.