How can you sanitize packages from Amazon amid COVID-19? (Reuters)Suddenly without much preparation, Americans were told to stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19. Remote working was no longer an option just for adventurous millennials. And parents were also asked to be full-time teachers.Unemployment rates skyrocketed as many small businesses closed. But at the same time, I did the research and found a silver lining. Tap or click here for a list of 12 companies that are hiring over 750,000 workers right now during this pandemic.Since my 20-plus-year career on national network radio and as a tech columnist focuses strictly on living the best digital life, I see other changes that may not be readily apparent. What the internet and technologies have driven in terms of convenience must now be approached with caution. Let me explain how.Opening your Amazon boxes and other online ordersOne week before the news broke that at least 10 Amazon warehouse facilities had workers infected with the coronavirus, I warned my audience not to simply pull out a box-cutter and grab their orders out of a box. You can’t do that anymore. Lots of people touch your online orders.Think about it. There are the people


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