Amazon India says preventive hygiene measures taken for safe delivery of packages

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Published: April 17, 2020 5:34 PM

Delivery associates have been advised to clean all frequently touched surfaces of their vehicles and delivery devices.

"In these unprecedented times, Amazon has implemented a series of preventative hygiene measures across its sites to help keep associates delivery partners, and customers safe," the company said in a statement.“In these unprecedented times, Amazon has implemented a series of preventative hygiene measures across its sites to help keep associates delivery partners, and customers safe,” the company said in a statement.

Allaying safety concerns of customers regarding delivery of packages, Amazon India on Friday said it has taken a slew of ‘preventive hygiene measures’ across its sites to help keep associates, delivery partners and customers safe.

“In these unprecedented times, Amazon has implemented a series of preventative hygiene measures across its sites to help keep associates delivery partners, and customers safe,” the company said in a statement.

Delivery associates have been advised to clean all frequently touched surfaces of their vehicles and delivery devices. Delivery associates have been asked to wash their hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer or cleaning agent, the statement read.

Amazon India also underlined the fact that it has increased the frequency and intensity of cleaning at all sites, including regular sanitisation of door handles, handrails, touch screens, scanners, and other frequently touched areas.

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