A roundup of actions Amazon has taken to reduce the spread of the coronavirus while supporting those directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19.
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Thanks to an expanded partnership between Magic Breakfast and Amazon, three quarters of a million healthy breakfasts are set for delivery around the UK.
In a challenging environment, many small businesses are finding new ways to serve customers and to support their local communities.
New strategic collaboration will support the future of research in areas such as robotics, artificial intelligence and cyber-physical systems.
With the COVID-19 crisis becoming a global issue, Amazon's UK teams are using their logistics networks to support the UK Government.
Researchers at the University of Sydney are using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to accelerate vital genomics research for a range of threatened species.
With many schools closed due to COVID-19, Amazon Future Engineer has launched a free virtual coding programme to help build computer science skills for students learning at home.
Amazon donates over £3M to relief organisations in the UK to support those impacted by the COVID-19 crisis
Donation is part of Amazon’s broader ongoing efforts to support customers, employees, and communities in the UK and around the world.
Amazon offers extra time off with pay for employees diagnosed with the illness, and establishes a $25 million relief fund.