In Seattle, the tech company is now sharing an eight-story building with a homeless shelter serving 200 people.
On March 5, as coronavirus infections spread in Washington, Amazon started asking employees in its Seattle headquarters to work from home. Four days later, half of one of the company’s buildings opened for another purpose: housing homeless families.
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