Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.A group of Whole Foods workers is calling for a global “sick out” on March 31 in a bid to force parent company Amazon to “allocate the necessary resources for us to do our jobs safely.”The group, known as Whole Worker, is not an official union of Whole Foods employees (Whole Foods has previously worked to avoid unionization among workers), but rather a “grassroots movement” of employees, according to its Twitter account.MAJOR SUPERMARKET CHAINS INSTALLING PLEXIGLASS DIVIDERS BETWEEN CUSTOMERS, STAFFWhole Worker had initially scheduled the sick out for May 1, but moved it up to March 31 as the COVID-19 “situation has progressed.”“COVID-19 is a very real threat to the safety of our workforce and our customers. We cannot wait for politicians, institutions, or our own management to step in to protect us,” a message posted to Whole Worker’s Twitter account reads.“On March 31, DO NOT GO TO WORK,” the message adds, calling upon all Whole Foods workers — and even those at other retail companies — to join them in protest.FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWSThe group of supermarket employees


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