Thomas Pausuan, a father of two who works at an Amazon warehouse outside Philadelphia, tested positive for the novel coronavirus in early April.
Under Amazon policy, Pausuan was eligible for paid sick leave.
He worried it could be the coronavirus, especially because he knew some of his coworkers at the Amazon warehouse where he worked had already tested positive.
The company had previously announced in early March that any employee who tested positive for the novel coronavirus would get up to two weeks of pay.
After all, Amazon had repeatedly promised that workers who got sick would be paid.

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